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On March 27, 2016, CNN correspondents Brian Stelter and Tom Kludt wrote an in-depth analysis of Al Jazeera America's closure.
Among the many reasons for the closure cited in the article were low viewership and falling oil prices.
Antonio Mora & Richelle Carey, the anchors at the network's launch on August 20, 2013, said a final farewell at p.m.
ET, after which the channel space, in use since 1994 as Newsworld International, folded.
Three Al Jazeera English programs that were based in Washington, The Stream, Inside Story and Fault Lines were included on the launch schedule, as well as The Frost Interview and Listening Post.
The flagship nighttime show was called America Tonight.
C., and featuring correspondents Adam May, Lori Jane Gliha, former CBS, ABC and CBC news correspondent Sheila Mac Vicar and former Current TV correspondent Christof Putzel.
The program presented in-depth segments each night on the economy, government, education, healthcare and the environment, and include breaking news stories.
The channel also hired Kim Bondy, a former executive producer with CNN to produce its flagship news program America Tonight, a newsmagazine program that was hosted by original CNN International anchor and former CBS News correspondent Joie Chen, produced from Al Jazeera America's Newseum studio in Washington, D.
On February 11, 2016, writing in the television trade magazine, Broadcasting and Cable, industry pundit Joe Mohen proposed a provocative thesis that the business failure of Al Jazeera America was only because it chose the wrong distribution channel, namely cable.
Mohen argued that by the time of Al Jazeera America's launch, the demographics of cable news viewers in the United States market were people in their 60s, whereas the natural audience of Al Jazeera was people under 34 years old; had the parent company instead launched the linear news channel as a Netflix type app (much like how RT America has done), with full digital distribution, then it could have grown its audience using search, and sold its commercials programmatically.
Al Jazeera America (AJAM) was an American basic cable and satellite news television channel owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network. hub, Chicago, Detroit, Nashville, Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans, Dallas, Denver, Miami, and San Francisco (former headquarters of Current TV and current headquarters of online channel AJ ).
The channel was launched on August 20, 2013 to compete with CNN, HLN, MSNBC, Fox News, and in certain markets, RT America. The channel was the sister channel of Al Jazeera's international English language news channel Al Jazeera English.