Al Jazeera Targets Fox News With New Conservative Platform In U.S.

Al Jazeera, the media company funded by Qatar, is launching a news platform targeted to American conservatives. The company — which shuttered its unsuccessful left-leaning cable channel Al Jazeera America five years ago — says that the new digital platform, dubbed Rightly, is not aimed at the far right, but at “center-right folks who feel left out of mainstream media.”

U.S. Orders Al Jazeera Affiliate To Register As Foreign Agent

Al Jazeera To Facebook: Get Your Shit Together on Disinformation

Avid Begins Deployment Of Al Jazeera On Cloud

Snapchat Removes Al Jazeera In Saudi Arabia

Al Jazeera: Don’t Treat Us Like ‘Criminals’

Al Jazeera is fighting back against demands that the government of Qatar should close down the media network.

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Al Jazeera Adds Loudness Management Tech

NAB 2017

Cloud, AI Are Reshaping News Production

Top technologists at Al Jazeera, Sinclair and Nexstar predict the cloud will help producers break news more quickly, while artificial intelligence and Big Data will help them mine their archives for information, not just about news trends, but about how to shape stories for different audiences and distribution channels including mobile, social and OTT.

CMS SPECIAL REPORT

CMSs Tackle Workflow, Fake News Problems

Content management systems are being enlisted to tackle newsroom workflow problems and the proliferation of fake news in a fast-evolving industry. In a new special report, Angela Misri looks at how CMS-level content verification has come into play, along with the increasing demand to produce platform-neutral content and why some media companies, including Al Jazeera and Hearst Television, have chosen to build their own CMSs.

Online Pluto TV Adds Al Jazeera English

Al Jazeera Returns To US As Digital Stream

Al Jazeera To Cut 500 Jobs

Al Jazeera Says Three Journalists Held In Egypt

Al Jazeera Weighs Bid For $1B Turkish Pay TV Firm

Viqueira To Cover White House For Al Jazeera

Disney In TV Content Deal With Al Jezeera

Disney has inked a multi-year volume deal with Al Jazeera Children’s Channel, the pan-Arab free-to-air network that reaches millions of Middle Eastern and North African TV homes. The large-scale agreement covers hit toon series, such as Phineas and Ferb and Lilo and Stitch, live action shows like Zeke and Luther and movies including A Bug’s Life, Toy Story, Cars and Tangled.

Al Jazeera Opens Talks With U.S. Cable Providers