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.
AJ+ Español wins a Latam Digital Media Award
AJ+ Español won a LATAM Digital Media Award in the category of Best Use of Online Video for its series “Descoloniza”. Descoloniza sheds light on the stories and struggles of communities throughout Latin America that have historically been less represented in traditional media.
AJD’s Postcard wins the grand prize at FIDADOC Festival
Al Jazeera Documentary Channel’s film, Postcard, by Moroccan director Asma al-Modir won the grand prize at the 13th edition of the Agadir International Documentary film Festival (FIDADOC), held in Morocco, between June 12th and 17th.
AJ Contrast wins One World Media Award
Al Jazeera’s immersive storytelling and media innovation studio, AJ Contrast, has won a top prize at the One World Media Awards in London. One World jurors conferred the win in the Digital Media category for AJ Contrast’s interactive site, Inaccessible Cities.
AJD’s Postcard film won the Tetouan Festival Award
Al Jazeera Documentary channel’s film, Postcard, won “Best Documentary” at the 27th Mediterranean Film Festival of Tetouan (Morocco), which was held from June 11 to 17.
The film competed against eight other films from Lebanon, Italy, Egypt, Morocco, Spain and Belgium.
AJ+’s Eat This with Yara wins a James Beard Award
AJ+’s Eat This with Yara has won a James Beard Award in the category of Visual Media-Short Form, for their story “What Everyone Gets Wrong About Farm Work”. The story sheds light on the complex farm work that thousands of migrants, wrongly referred to by some as “unskilled” or “low-skilled” workers, do to keep the U.S. fed.
I-Unit awarded at AIPS Sports Media Ceremony
Al Jazeera Investigative Unit was awarded second place in the “Video Documentary” category for its investigative piece “The Men Who Sell Football”, by the International Sports Press Association (AIPS).
The ceremony was held on Sunday, June 12 at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, and was accepted by Phil Rees, Director of the Network's Investigative Unit, and fellow film producer David Harrison.
AJ+’s Direct From with Dena Takruri wins a Regional Emmy Award
AJ+’s series Direct From with Dena Takruri was honored with an Emmy® Award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) – Michigan chapter. Its story “The Racist Border You Don’t Hear About” won in the category of Societal Concerns. The video shows how officers within U.S. Customs and Border Protection were ordered to racially profile people of color in the U.S.- Canada border.
Al Jazeera named ‘Telly Company of the Year’ 2022
For the second consecutive year, Al Jazeera has been named “Telly Company of the Year” at the annual Telly Awards. Winners were announced online on May 24. Organisers for the Telly Awards, which recognise excellence in video and television content across all screens, confer the prize annually to the broadcaster or online publisher with the most gold, silver and bronze medals.
Al Jazeera English’s Fault Lines Wins a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award
Al Jazeera English’s US-based documentary strand Fault Lines has won the prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Journalism award for its 2021 episode “Unrelinquished: When Abusers Keep Their Guns.”
The award, given by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, was announced on 24 May 2022 in an online ceremony. Other winners for this year’s awards include PBS, USA Today, the New York Times and the Miami Herald.
Al Jazeera Balkans wins Best TV Journalism award
Al Jazeera Balkans won the Award for the Best Media Outlet in the category of TV Journalism, which is traditionally awarded by the Association of Journalists of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Al Jazeera wins 10 “Broadcast Production” awards
Al Jazeera Media Network has won 10 awards at Newscast Studio’s Broadcast Productions Awards. The Network competed with more than 200 creative content-makers from many internationally renowned channels and institutions.
Al Jazeera wins two Amnesty Media Awards
Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit and the Aljazeera.com News Desk have earned top prizes in the eighth annual Amnesty Media Awards honouring the best human rights journalism of the year.
Al Jazeera wins three top Webby awards
The Al Jazeera Media Network have won three top prizes and several nominations in the 26th annual Webby Awards honouring ‘the best of the internet.’
The Digital‘s narrative documentary strand Fly on the Wall won both a jury Webby and a People’s Voice award in the Reality: Video Series and Channels category, adding to previous top prizes in the AIB, New York Festivals, Picture of the Year and Telly competitions.
Al Jazeera English Named Broadcaster of the Year At the New York Festivals TV & Film
Al Jazeera English was named ‘Broadcaster of the Year’ at the 2022 New York Festivals TV & Film Awards for the sixth consecutive year.
The Al Jazeera Media Network collected an impressive array of gold, silver and bronze medals for its news and programmes coverage.
Al Jazeera Contrast wins Gracie Award
For a second consecutive year, Al Jazeera’s immersive storytelling and media innovation studio, AJ Contrast, has won a prestigious Gracie Award. Now in its 47th year, the Washington DC based Gracie’s are hosted by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) and recognise excellence in work produced by, for and about women.
Al Jazeera wins at the 2022 Sigma Awards
A collaboration between Al Jazeera English’s 101 East team and Al Jazeera’s AJ Labs has been announced as a winner at the 2022 Sigma Awards winners.
From more than 600 entries from around the world, the interactive project “This is Myanmar’s State of Fear” was selected as one of 12 projects to represent the very best of data journalism.
Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit wins IRE Awards
Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit (I-Unit) won the 2021 Investigative Reporters and Editors Awards in the Digital Video category for its film The Island of Secrets.
The winning film The Island of Secrets reveals how a small, remote Mauritian island is being transformed into a military hub for India's navy as the country expands its geopolitical influence towards Africa.
Investigative Unit wins two British Sports Journalism Awards
Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit (I-Unit) has won two awards at British Sports Journalism Awards. The Men Who Sold Football investigation was released as a film on Al Jazeera English in August 2021 and won gold in the Television/Digital Documentary category. The podcast of the investigation also won a bronze in the Audio / Radio Documentary category.
Al Jazeera English wins Walkley Award
At the 2021 Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism, Al Jazeera English’s 101 East team was announced as the winner of the Production category for the interactive project “This is Myanmar’s State of Fear”.
Al Jazeera Digital wins four Anthem Awards
Al Jazeera Digital won three Gold awards across and a Silver medal in the inaugural Anthem Awards for purpose-driven work on February 15. Hosted by the Webby Awards, the Anthem Awards honored innovators and change makers across a variety of social good sectors. Winners will be showcased during a virtual gala event on February 28.
Al Jazeera wins two RTS TV Journalism Awards
Al Jazeera English has won a prestigious Royal Television Society (RTS) award in the Digital Award category for its series ‘All Hail the Lockdown’. The Network’s Investigative unit also took home an award, in the Home Affairs category for its film ‘The Men Who Sell Football’.
Al Jazeera Centre for Public Liberties’ Inspiring Stories initiative wins three awards
Al Jazeera Centre for Public Liberties and Human Rights won three AVA Digital Awards; a platinum award for the Inspiring Stories initiative, and two gold awards in the Best Digital Story category for Being a Person with Disability is Aspirational and My Craft is in My Hand stories. The Centre also received two Honourable Mentions in the Web-Based Production category, for the design of the initiative's website as well as its non-profit content.
Al Jazeera’s I-Unit Film Wins at 2021 British Journalism Awards
Al Jazeera Investigative Unit (I-Unit) won one of the 2021 British Journalism Awards in the Sports Journalism category for its film The Men Who Sell Football.
The awarded film reveals how English football clubs can be bought by convicted criminals and become vehicles to launder dirty money. Football middlemen tell undercover reporters how they can hide a criminal’s money and identity behind offshore trusts and use “dirty tricks” to deceive the football authorities.
The Listening Post’s Battle for the BBC Wins FPA Award
Al Jazeera English’s media analysis and critique show, ‘The Listening Post’ was named Arts & Culture Story of the Year by London’s Foreign Press Association (FPA) for its episode “Battle for the BBC.”