The future for Silver Stream Media Player, which is used by many major media players, is up for debate.
Last year, the media streaming platform was purchased by Tel Aviv-based Vodafone Media, which reportedly plans to sell the media streamers to rival media firms.
However, Vodalap has remained silent about the purchase, as it’s unclear whether the company plans to launch its own streaming media player.
Netanyahu’s recent announcement about the future of Silver Stream has not been made public.
The Israeli Prime Minister has made a number of media announcements over the past year, but he did not provide any indication about the company’s future.
Netaji visited the company earlier this month and praised the platform, which has helped Israeli TV and film studios get their movies and shows onto screens around the world.
In addition to Vodanap, the company also has a streaming media app, Silver Stream, which offers access to some of the largest movie studios, including Universal Pictures, Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures.
Neto is expected to unveil the news at an event later this month.
However his comments on Silver Stream and the media platforms, as well as his statement about the possibility of SilverStream and Vodabox merging, have been absent from Israeli media coverage.
Netzeman has yet to reveal what he plans to do with Silver Stream after the merger.