Al Jazeera English channel’s ‘Fault Lines’ programme has been awarded an Emmy award in the category of ‘Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story in a Newsmagazine’ for its film ‘The Ban’ at the 39th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards in New York.
Shahidul Alam would be kept in prison until the completion of the probe into his charges, police said.
Al Jazeera English’s interactive news hour, ‘Newsgrid’, has been nominated for an International Emmy Award.
Contrast, Al Jazeera's immersive media studio, has announced the release of the latest immersive 360° video series from South Sudan.
The event was part of marking the first year of the unjust blockade against Qatar.
Match-fixing has become a major concern for the sport in recent years and the International Cricket Council (ICC) has launched an investigation.
'Fault Lines – Haiti by Force: UN Sex Abuse', an Al Jazeera English documentary that investigates an epidemic of rape by United Nations (UN) security forces in Haiti, has won a Cine Golden Eagle Award.
The series, first broadcast in January 2017, triggered front-page headlines and a media furore in the UK.
Qatar Media Corporation (QMC) chairman HE Sheikh Hamad bin Thamer al-Thani has expressed the hope that the Arab world would move towards increasing media freedom in all forms.
Al Jazeera Media Network has renewed its partnership agreement with Dlala Holding for sponsoring programmes and airing advertisements on Al Jazeera screens and websites.