Nakdimon Rogel (Hebrew: נקדימון רוגל; 1925-8 December 2011) was an Israeli journalist, broadcaster and pioneer of Israeli television. Rogel authored the Nakdi Report (Mismach Nakdi), which acts as the ethical guideline for the Israeli broadcasting industry. 
Nakidimon Rogel began his career as a journalist for Al Hamishmar newspaper. He switched to Israel Radio in the early 1950s, where he founded a department to train radio journalists. He also worked as Israel Radio's foreign correspondent based in Paris, and co-hosted a treasure hunt program with Yitzhak Shimoni.
Rogel spearheaded efforts to establish the radio and television headquarters for the Israel Broadcasting Authority in Romema, a neighborhood in Jerusalem. He served as the head of the development arm of Israel Broadcasting Authority (IBA) and a former CEO of Channel 1 when the channel was called ITV.
- Cashman, Greer Fay (2011-12-08). "Veteran journalist and broadcaster Nakdimon Rogel dies". Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 2011-12-12.
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