Al-Jazeera America Fails Attracting Audience, Ends Tonight


The Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network remained unsuccessful to attract the audience in the United States, therefore to end its propagation tonight launching a farewell which would be start at 6 pm (local time) and will be repeated before becoming dark.


Now satellite operators and local cable are planning what replaces the channel in marketplaces after its ending, while Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network had declared about three months ago that it was turning off the US-based offshoot, saying its decision an economic move.

Al Jazeera America (AJAM) was an American basic cable and satellite news television channel which was being supported by backed a deep-pocketed parent party, though the channel was started on August 20, 2013 with lofty goals of offering serious-minded news as well named achievements for its performances whereas it’s time shut down.

However, when a small number of people watched and prices for oil fell down, it was a limit to how much company can spend for its network.

The channel emerged with slogans such as ‘Change The Way You Look At News’, “There’s More To It” and other, had aired a four-part documentary produced with the BBC, “The Limits of Hope: Inside Obama’s White House,” which shut down on Sunday.

The president of Al-Jazeera America, Kate O’Brian said in statement, “We have time and time again given voices to those across America” added saying that its reporters have also shown their best working more than three years and also thanked to audience in United States of America.

O’Brian feels deeply proud of its coverage, while no one clarified that how many correspondents are losing their jobs due to sudden closing of the Al-Jazeera America, who also have earned enormous fame even some these became familiar to US audiences as Ali Velshi and Antonio Mora.