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Last Modified: 02 May 2010 13:56

While Al Jazeera English is not available on the majority of cable and satellite networks in the United States and Canada, there are several ways you can watch the channel right now.

ONLINE

There are several free and easy ways to begin watching Al Jazeera English right now on your computer.

Livestation: A free, unlimited and uninterrupted live stream of Al Jazeera English is available online via www.livestation.com/aje.

YouTube: Additionally, nearly all Al Jazeera English programs and special reports are made available on YouTube, where Al Jazeera English’s branded channel has become the # 1 news channel on the site. To view the thousands of Al Jazeera English’s online videos, please visit www.youtube.com/aljazeeraenglish.

AlJazeera.net/English: Watch a live stream of Al Jazeera English, view daily news bulletins, and read the day's top stories from around the world at the official site for Al Jazeera English at www.AlJazeera.net/English.

CABLE & SATELLITE

Washington DC: Al Jazeera is widely available in the Washington DC metro.  You can watch AJE 24/7 on:

Comcast - Channel 275

Cox – Channel 474

Verison ViOS – Channel 457

Buckeye Cable: Subscribers to Buckeye Cable in Toledo, Ohio can currently watch Al Jazeera English 24-7 on their cable systems.

Burlington Cable: Subscribers to Burlington Cable in Burlington, Vermont can currently watch Al Jazeera English 24-7 on their cable systems.

Globecast: International satellite provider Globecast currently carries Al Jazeera English on its system in the US. For more information, please visit this site.

 

Al Jazeera English news bulletins, programs and special reports can be found on TV in the following locations:

MHz Worldview: Watch AJE’s nightly news bulletin from the Americas in select markets across the country.

WorldFocus: The new nightly news program that airs in over 60 US markets on PBS and other public broadcast stations regularly features Al Jazeera English reports, as part of a content-sharing agreement. For more information on where and when WorldFocus is available in your area, please visit this site

Free Speech TV (FSTV): AJE’s news bulletin can be seen nightly on FSTV, a channel dedicated to providing Americans with global perspectives on news, events and culture. 

Additionally, the AJE program Fault Lines can be seen twice weekly on FSTV.  Hosted by Avi Lewis and Josh Rushing, Fault Lines takes viewers below the surface of the news and examines where opposing forces collide. Free Speech TV can be seen in 13 Million Households in the United States through Dish Network, channel 9415. http://www.freespeech.org/

Free Speech TV can be seen in 13 Million Households in the United States through Dish Network, channel 9415. http://www.freespeech.org/

Link TV: Al Jazeera English’s award-winning Witness program is available in over 30 million US households via DIRECTV and DISH.

Rageh Omaar presents Al Jazeera English's Witness, a half-hour daily documentary series which features short, specially commissioned or acquired films gathered from independent filmmakers. Each documentary reveals the unknown lives of ordinary people, following their lives, telling their stories and portraying the challenges that confront them.

Witness airs Mondays at 8pm Pacific and Wednesdays at 7pm Eastern, on DIRECTV 375 and DISH 9410. For more information please visit www.linktv.org/witness

Al Jazeera English news reports are also regularly featured on Link TV's Peabody Award winning program Mosaic: World News from the Middle East. For more information on Mosaic, please visit: http://linktv.org/mosaic.

 
 
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