Two former Al Jazeera employees are suing the news network for neglecting journalistic ethics during the 2013 Egyptian revolution and endangering the lives of journalists by sending them to Egypt without proper operational licenses.
Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff has received over $5,000 in compensation from Qatari-owned Al Jazeera since January 2016, according to his recently filed financial disclosure report.
The Al Jazeera America board has made the decision to phase out its struggling TV channel by April 30. According to Neilson Ratings, the network was only available in about 60 million American homes. CEO Al Anstey wrote in an email that the “decision by Al Jazeera America’s board is driven by the fact that our …
Al Jazeera America has cut staff and replaced most of its daytime lineup with an overseas newsfeed, the New York Post reports.
Former Vice President Al Gore is suing Al Jazeera America for not paying “tens of millions of dollars” owed for the purchase of Current TV, which was sold to the Qatari television outlet last year, according to the Associated Press.
As Al Jazeera America marks its one year anniversary on the air, the network is struggling from consistently low ratings and has been forced to make layoffs, according to the Associated Press.