Al Jazeera English launches digital magazine

The monthly magazine will provide iPad users with comprehensive analysis, interactive graphics and video footage.

    The Al Jazeera English digital monthly magazine showcases the very best of Al Jazeera’s journalism from across the globe.

    Click here for the first issue of the Al Jazeera digital magazine

    It features:

    • Compelling documentaries that bring human stories into focus and highlight the use and abuse of power
    • Hard-hitting debate and interview shows that dissect the most pressing issues of the day and ask challenging questions of those in positions of influence
    • In-depth feature articles and expert analysis and opinion
    • On-the-ground perspectives and insights from our team of correspondents across the world – all illustrated with powerful photography and interactive graphics that bring the story to life at the fingertips of the user.

    The magazine will introduce the reader to the full depth and breadth of Al Jazeera’s coverage – enabling them to discover, explore and consume it in the way that best suits them.

    Al Jazeera’s indepth global approach to journalism, allied with a commitment to giving ‘voice to the voiceless’, has won it numerous awards and plaudits over the years. In the past year, Al Jazeera English was named “News Channel of the Year” by the Royal Television Society, received a Peabody award for its coverage of the Arab uprisings, a Columbia-DuPont award for its coverage of the Haiti earthquake, a George Polk award and Robert F. Kennedy Grand Prize award for the film Bahrain: Shouting in the Dark.

    Visit iTunes to download - it is completely free.

    Magazines for Al Jazeera Arabic and Al Jazeera Documentary were launched earlier this year.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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