Benny Teitlebaum is an Israeli journalist at the Israel Broadcasting Corporation, where he presents a daily program on the radio and serves as a news reporter. He grew up in Haifa, and his mother, a native of Slovakia, was hidden during the Holocaust in the home of a Christian family. Teitlebaum did his military service in the Givati Brigade. During his stay in southern Lebanon, Titlebaum was wounded by terrorist fire.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Ono Academic and is qualified as an attorney. On Israel’s Kol Yisrael Network, Teitlebaum covered the areas of welfare, law, and the police. Later he was a party affairs correspondent and a Knesset reporter. In addition, he presented the program “The Jewish Point,” which dealt with Diaspora Jewry. In 2013, he won the Ilan Roa Broadcasting Authority’s CEO Award for reporting excellence.