Al Jazeera: Behind the scenes

Since its inception, Al Jazeera has broken the mould of broadcasting in the Middle East and around the world with its fearless and balanced reporting.

    Behind the scenes is a dedicated team of staff all working to keep Al Jazeera at the forefront of world news coverage.

    Join us on a visit to the channel's state-of-the-art headquarters in Doha, Qatar to see where the news is reported and made.

    The main newsroom in Doha

    One of the main newsroom production

    areas - above it is the balcony

    One of the smaller newsroom presentation
    points

    Another presentation point - this one is on
    the balcony above the main newsroom

    The presenter's eye view from the balcony

    The main news set from behind the
    cameras

    And here's the set as seen from the
    main newsroom

    This is ingest where pictures come in from
    around the world

    Staff here are in touch with all of Al
    Jazeera's bureaux and correspondents
    in the field

    One of the edit suites where packages
    and other material are produced

    The production gallery

    Another view of the gallery where all the
    items are brought together to make the
    news 24 hours a day 

     

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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