Yoav Limor is an Israeli journalist and radio and television broadcaster. After graduating from Rene Cassin High School, he enlisted in the IDF as a reporter for the military weekly “Bamhana.” In the 1990s, Limor worked as a sports broadcaster on “The 91st Minute”. Between 1998 and 2005, in parallel with his work at the Maariv newspaper, he was among the presenters of the daily current affairs magazine “The Security Strip” on Israel Army Radio. From 2002, he was a military reporter and commentator on Israeli television channel 1 for nine years. In 2008, he began writing a military commentary for the newspaper “Israel Hayom.” In April 2007, the book “Prisoners in Lebanon” was published, which he co-authored with Ofer Shelach, and deals with the Second Lebanon War. In January 2012, Limor began presenting the “Yom Hadash” morning program. In December 2016, he presented the Channel 2 film “Disappearing,” which deals with assimilation in the United States.