Bip (Hebrew: ביפ, pronounced beep) is a comedy web portal, a production unit and night time TV strip on Israel's Channel 2, owned by Keshet. Founded in 2000 and it was included in the channel pack of the Israeli digital system HOT before becoming independent.
In 2009, the channel broadcast Israeli based television shows, and foreign ones such as South Park, Seinfeld, Friends and NewsRadio, but also included Israeli based original television shows, including "BeHafra'a" ("Disturbance"), an Israeli version of "Distraction" hosted by Ido Rozenblum, "Mahadura Mugbelet" ("Limited Edition"), a satire show, "Project Bip," a stand-up comedy competition, "Crime Animals," crime comedy, and "Quicky," a sitcom . Most of its shows were limited for the age 14 and older. The channel also broadcast several non-comedy foreign shows, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek and more.
On December 31, 2010, Bip ended its broadcasts on HOT and opened as bip.co.il portal and weekend TV nightly comedy strip.