Al Jazeera’s online news service Al Jazeera America is set to change the way its audience is exposed to news from other news channels.
The site’s editor-in-chief has announced that the network will begin rolling out a new set of settings that will make news more accessible to users.
The news network has been forced to reboot its algorithm to fix problems caused by the hack of its network earlier this year.
It has now switched its default setting to be more accessible.
Al Jazeera has not been able to confirm that the change will affect the entire network.
A spokesperson for Al Jazeera said: “We are very excited to have a completely new news and current affairs experience on Al Jazeera.
It will make our news and commentary even more accessible and more engaging for users.”
The new settings are set to be released on Thursday.
The network has also announced a series of new features aimed at its users, including a revamped video editor that will be accessible through a new feature on its homepage, a revamped website and a revamped app.
Al Jazeera America will also make a significant investment in its technology in order to make it easier for users to access news and information from other channels.
Aljazeera America’s technology chief, Mohammed Alsoud, said the news network’s decision to make the changes was a “positive step forward” and an example of the “growth momentum” the network has experienced since it started operations in 2007.
Alsoud said that while the new news-making capabilities will allow users to see news from the network’s news channels, they will not necessarily be able to watch live news.
He said that the new video editor, which is currently available for Android and iOS devices, will be available to all users, while the app and website will be rolled out over the coming months.
Al-Jazeera America is one of the top news and entertainment outlets in the Middle East and Africa.