Al Jazeera America
Posted 03 August 2013 - 09:12 AM
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Posted 05 August 2013 - 06:09 PM
Today’s the big day! Many of you have been asking what you can expect from Al Jazeera America — and the team of our flagship show, “America Tonight,” and special correspondent Soledad O’Brien will be giving you a look behind the scenes during our Google+ Hangout On Air at 5pm ET/2pm PT today.
RSVP and view more details on our Google+ Hangout event page.
Soledad, “America Tonight” host Joie Chen, digital producer Azmat Khan and correspondent Christof Putzel will be on hand to answer your questions and discuss how they’re doing news differently. You’ll hear about the show’s mission to tell urgent, important and underreported stories with the quality, depth and time they deserve. And you’ll get a sneak peek into some of those upcoming stories.
You’ll also get to hear pitches from people around the country with important stories to share.
Joining the Hangout is really simple. Just go to our Google+ event page at 5pm ET/2pm PT and look for the video at the top of the page. Our producers will be keeping an eye on Twitter the whole time, so be sure to tweet using #AJAMLive to send us your questions and comments.
—The Al Jazeera America Team
P.S. Check out our Web site and join the conversation by following @AJAM and @AmericaTonight on Twitter and liking us on Facebook.
via email list from Al Jazeera America
Posted 05 August 2013 - 06:47 PM
In the end, I will give it a try and let the product speak for itself. I am more forgiving of bias when people are least honest about their agenda.
Posted 05 August 2013 - 09:27 PM
I will never watch this network.
From my understanding Al Jazeera and Al Jazeera America are under the same ownership and operation. From various things I've read online, Al Jazeera was invaded my the Egyptian military and members of their staff were arrested for supporting the Muslim Brotherhood, who as you probably know have ties with recently overturned Egyptian president Muhammed Morsi. Al Jazeera and it's partners are in fact Anti-American as it works with the Muslim Brotherhood and associated terrorists including Al Qaeda and Hamas. That being said, I want to refrain from sounded like an uneducated conservative dumb a** who gets their information from FOX News, which I most certainly do not, but with all of the information I've provided, I still feel Al Jazeera will never be a trusted source for news by Americans. I may turn it on to hear their take on things, in fact my friend (Adam May) is a correspondent for AJA but with the negative either direct or indirect association with terror groups, Americans will never tune in for everyday news.
Posted 05 August 2013 - 09:51 PM
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Posted 05 August 2013 - 10:57 PM
I'm sorry, but I just feel like this is escalating a little far. As far as I see it, Ali Velshi is a great guy, and I'd be more than happy to get my economic news. I don't expect him to be brainwashed into this Anti-American regime.
What we aren't realizing is that the path we are hearing about involves the content being produced entirely in the US. If that's the case, I doubt that we'd get producer's running anti-american stories. I think that we should give it a chance as the change we've been barking about on this forum. Stereotyping every Al J employee based on the actions of others in the same reason people think everyone of muslim faith is a terrorist.
Doesn't the FCC have to regulate the airwaves, meaning they have the option of not licensing Al J Am.
Now to play Devil's advocate - Being Anti-American and shouting death to america, IMO, are two different things. Because the US has a great thing about free speech, Al J can be the former and still be able to pay their opinion, but I don't think they will. I think they'll tone it down and really try to appeal to the US.
And I would love to see this article where Al Jazeera was a part of 9/11. Because, without seeing your source, I find that a pretty far stretch. Now. I see you are very opinionated, and I'm just trying to understand it on a deeper level.
Posted 05 August 2013 - 11:16 PM
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