Al Jazeera Sports – is a popular Arabic-language sports channel launched in November 2003 by the Al Jazeera network. It has quickly grown and become the most popular sports channel in the Middle East.
Al Jazeera Sports +1 is a pan-Arabic TV sports channel. It is part of the Al Jazeera network. Like its sister channels Al Jazeera Sports and Al Jazeera Sports 2.
Al Jazeera Sports +1 started broadcasting in 2004. It’s coverage of the Spanish football league and the Italian football league. Al Jazeera Sports +1 initially was a free-to-air satellite channel, but after commercial pressures the channel become a pay TV.
Al Jazeera Arabic – meaning in common usage either “The Island” or “The Peninsula” in the Gulf region, a reference to Arabian Peninsula, is a television network headquartered in Doha, Qatar. Initially launched as an Arabic news and current affairs TV channel with the same name, Al Jazeera has since expanded into a network with several outlets, including the Internet and specialty TV channels in multiple languages.
Al Jazeera operates a number of specialty channels besides its original flagship news channel. As of early 2007, the Al Jazeera network’s TV channels include:
Al Jazeera the original international Arabic-language 24h news channel
Al Jazeera Sports +1 Al Jazeera Sports +2
Al Jazeera Mobasher
Al Jazeera Children’s Channel
Al Jazeera English
Al Jazeera Documentary Channel
Al Jazeera English – is a 24-hour English-language news TV channel headquartered in Doha, Qatar. It is one of the three largest English-language news channels worldwide, and is the sister channel of the Arab-language Al Jazeera.
The station broadcasts news features and analysis, documentaries, live debates,business, and sports.
Al Jazeera English is the world’s first English-language news channel headquartered in the Middle East. The channel aims to provide both a regional voice and a global perspective to a potential world audience of over one billion English speakers, but without an Anglo-American worldview.
The station also aims “to give voice to untold stories, promote debate, and challenge established perceptions”, and to “set the news agenda, bridging cultures and providing a unique grassroots perspective from under-reported regions around the world”