Al Jazeera Media Network has and will always be committed to its mission to inform and empower people with accurate, in-depth and compelling content that upholds the value of truth and elevates the human spirit. The Network has gained global recognition for its unabated journalism, making it an important voice in the international news landscape.
Al Jazeera Media Network has received multiple prestigious awards from various organisations across the globe.
Al Jazeera Arabic Channel won the IGAD Media Award in the "Foreign Media" category. The award was given for a TV report prepared by colleague Hassan Razag and photographed by colleague Jonas Keros, addressing a severe drought that hit areas in southern Ethiopia.
Al Jazeera Media Network has won 16 of this year's Lovie Awards, including two golds, three silvers, nine bronzes, and two People's Lovie. The winners were announced at the 13th Annual Lovie Awards ceremony, held in London on November 9, 2023.
Al Jazeera Media Institute has won two gold MarCom awards in the categories “Digital Marketing” and “Instagram Engagement”, and two Honorable Mention, one in the training category and the other in video creation that is directed to the audience on social media platforms.
Al Jazeera Media Network has won four awards at 2023 Signal Awards for excellence in podcasting. The Al Jazeera Investigations Unit’s Gold Mafia won two gold and one silver in Craft-Best Writing, General-Documentary, and General-News & Politics categories. Furthermore, Al Jazeera’s The Take podcast has won a silver award for Best Daily Podcast.
Al Jazeera Media Institute has won a bronze award from the international "Stevie" Awards in the Conferences and Events category for the first edition of the Artificial Intelligence in Media Conference organized by the institute in March 2023.
Al Jazeera Media Network has won the Gold Digital Communications Award (DCA) in the category of 'Boldest Campaign' for its year-long campaign dedicated to seeking justice for the revered journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Al Jazeera’s internship program is recognized the winner of a Bronze Stevie Award in the Best Youth Employment Strategy Category, on Monday, 18 September in New York City.
The Al Jazeera's Human Resources Division has won two silver awards at the Brandon Hall Global Excellence Awards, in recognition of two programs: Leadership Development program and Internship program.
Al Jazeera scooped five top prizes and two Highly Commended second places at the 2023 Drum Online Media Awards (OMA). The winners were announced on June 13 at the Drum OMA’s annual awards ceremony in London.
The investigative report, Migration with a Fake Passport: Brokers and Black Market for European Travel Documents, produced by Al Jazeera's Slow Journalism Unit, has been honoured with the prestigious Samir Kassir Award for Investigative Journalism in Beirut.
The Al Jazeera Media Network has won nine "Shorty" Awards, including two Gold, one Silver, three Bronze and three Audience Honours in the fifteenth annual Shorty Awards honouring excellence in online media. Winners were announced May 24th in New York City.
Al Jazeera Media Network was awarded the ISO 27701 certification for data management and privacy protection by the British Standards Institution (BSI). This accomplishment comes after a comprehensive review of the Network's data protection management systems and practices.
Al Jazeera Media Network has won over 100 Telly Awards, including 16 gold, and over 80 silver and bronze awards.
Al Jazeera Documentary channel film, The Mother of All Lies, has won two awards at the 76th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival in 2023.
The AJ+’s series “Direct From with Dena Takruri” has won a Peabody award in the category of News for their video “One Day In Hebron”. The video, which has over 1.7 million views on YouTube, shows host Dena Takuri return to Hebron, the once-vibrant Palestinian city where her father was born and raised.
Against steep competition, Al Jazeera Digital’s Slow Journalism/Features unit has won a prestigious Amnesty Media Award recognising outstanding human rights journalism.
Al Jazeera Balkans reporter Nadina Maličbegović is the winner of the "Journalist of the Year 2022" award, chosen by the jury of the Association of Journalists of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The plaque was presented to her on Wednesday evening in Banja Luka.
Al Jazeera Digital's Eat This with Yara and Decoded, hosted by Hollywood actor Amr Waked, have scooped three top prizes in the 27th annual Webby Awards announced April 25, in New York.
Al Jazeera English was named ‘Broadcaster of the Year’ at the 2023 New York Festivals TV & Film Awards for the seventh consecutive year.