Al Jazeera International: News programming

Al Jazeera International is more than a 24 hour news channel in English.

    It is a World channel broadcasting news and thousands of hours of factual programming.

    This includes detailed news and current affairs, features and analysis, documentaries, current affairs, entertainment and sport.

    Al Jazeera International pursues no domestic agenda. Over 24 hours a day it broadcasts live from four broadcast centres around the world – from Doha, Kuala Lumpur, London and Washington DC.

    Each broadcast centre ‘carries’ the network for several hours a day and takes its editorial control from that location.

    Dozens of bureaux around the world complement the broadcast centre coverage and ensure a truly global perspective.

    Heritage

    Since its launch in 1996, Al Jazeera has become the largest Arabic news channel in the Middle East with its mixture of hard news, controversial talk shows and documentaries.

    Al Jazeera International is now building on this heritage of journalistic excellence to set the news agenda by giving a voice to untold stories and grassroots perspectives from around the world.

    Presenting a unique perspective on world news that is credible and honest, Al Jazeera International sets the news agenda and challenges established perceptions and provides information that is complete and unvarnished.

    The channel seeks blue-chip journalism with accurate, impartial and objective reporting through its highly-trained journalists and presenters around the world.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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