“In the weeks ahead we will be holding editorial sessions too, in order to articulate and debate the editorial DNA of AJAM,” Al Anstey writes
Ehab Al Shihabi ousted after newsroom woes are exposed by discrimination lawsuit
“I find myself at that crossroads now and so have decided to resign,” senior vice president of outreach says
“The recent attacks on us as being anti-Semitic, sexist and anti-American are absurd,” interim CEO Ehab Al Shihabi said in a statement
A former employee also accuses the network of anti-American remarks and a hostile work environment
“If it’s appropriate for me to be free, it’s right for all of them to be freed,” Peter Greste says
From Salman Rushdie to “The Interview,” speaking one’s mind can be dangerous
Free internet app allows users to curate their own newscasts; four new partners will be among first news sources users see
Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy, and Baher Mohamed have been imprisoned in Egypt for a year on charges of aiding the Muslim brotherhood; retrial could occur...
Baher Mohamed, Mohamed Fahmy and Peter Greste have been imprisoned in Egypt since Dec. 29, 2013; an appeal is to be heard Thursday
After 14 months on-air, the network is down 44 percent in total day ratings compared to its predecessor
Bad night for reporters in Missouri as CNN’s Don Lemon and Jake Tapper have troubles with police
“Al Jazeera America wants to give itself a discount on the purchase price that was agreed to nearly two years ago,” says Gore’s attorney
SWAT team dismantles camera setup after news crew flees
Network says police fired rubber bullets and tear gas toward reporters in an assault “clearly intended to have a chilling effect on our ability to...
CCTV will look to push further into the U.S. market