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Al Jazeera Network has more than 65 bureaus across the globe - the majority are rooted in the global South.

Al Jazeera Network has more than 3,000 staff members across the world, including more than 400 journalists from more than 60 countries.

Al Jazeera English has more than 1,000 highly experienced staff from more than 50 nationalities, making AJE’s newsroom among the most diverse in the world.

The global footprint of Al Jazeera English continues to grow, broadcasting to more than 220 million households in more than 100 countries. A complete list of countries currently broadcasting AJE is available at: http://english.aljazeera.net/watchaje
 
Al Jazeera English broadcasts news and current affairs 24 hours a day, seven days a week from Doha headquarters and our centres in London and Washington, DC.

Al Jazeera English can be watched streaming live on line at: www.livestation.com/aje.

Al Jazeera is the most watched news channel on YouTube, receiving 2.5 million views per month. Launched on April 16, 2007, the Al Jazeera English YouTube site has more than 25,000 videos currently live on the English channel.

In January 2007, Al Jazeera English replaced BBC World on Yes, Israeli satellite television.

Al Jazeera English has received many nominations and awards for news and programming from various organisations, including the International Emmys, The Royal Television Society, The Monte Carlo Film Festival, YouTube, The Foreign Press Association, The Association of International Broadcasters and Amnesty International.

The Al Jazeera Network Consists of:
 
1. Al Jazeera Satellite channel (Arabic)
2. Al Jazeera English
3. Al Jazeera Documentary
4. Al Jazeera Sport
5. Al Jazeera Mubasher (Live)
6. Al Jazeera Media Training and Development Centre
7. Al Jazeera Centre for Studies
8. Al Jazeera Mobile
9. Al Jazeera.net (the Arabic web site)
10. Al Jazeera English Online (the English web site)

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Al Jazeera
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