Facts and Figures

View the facts and figures behind the network's presence in over 260 million households around the world.

     

    Al Jazeera Network has an extensive newsgathering reach with over 70 bureaus across the globe.

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

    The Al Jazeera English global footprint continues to grow, broadcasting to more than 260 million households in more than 130 countries. A complete list of countries currently broadcasting AJE is available at http://english.aljazeera.net/watchaje

    Approximately 50 percent of the Al Jazeera English website traffic comes from the United States and Canada.

    Al Jazeera’s branded page is one of the most watched news channels on YouTube.

    Al Jazeera English is part of the Al Jazeera Network - one of the world’s leading media corporations, encompassing news, documentary and sport channels. Al Jazeera started out more than 15 years ago as the first independent news channel in the Arab world dedicated to covering and uncovering stories in the region.

    Its media network now consists of over 20 channels, including Al Jazeera Arabic, Al Jazeera English, Al Jazeera Balkans, Al Jazeera Sport, Al Jazeera Mubasher, Al Jazeera Documentary, the Al Jazeera Media Training and Development Center, and the Al Jazeera Center for Studies.

     
     

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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