Alhurra have a Starscore of 6,583,075 and are No.453 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 276,896 Twitter followers, 1,424,279 Facebook fans and 23,669,420 YouTube views. Today Alhurra gained 1,047 Twitter followers, gained 17,873 Facebook fans and gained 34,931 YouTube views. Their social media ranking has moved up 6 places in the daily News Chart to no.12 and has risen to no.119 in the all time News Chart.
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Alhurra (or al-Hurra) is a United States-based Arabic-language satellite TV channel funded by the U.S. Congress that broadcasts news and current affairs programming to audiences in the Middle East and North Africa. Its stated mission is to provide objective, accurate and relevant news and information to its audience while seeking to support democratic values and expand the spectrum of ideas, opinions, and perspectives available in the region's media. The station has also tried to distinguish itself from its numerous regional competitors by claiming to provide more in-depth coverage of U.S. issues and policies and coverage of a broader range of opinions and perspectives not normally heard on other Arab television networks like al-Jazeera. Alhurra began broadcasting on February 14, 2004 to 22 countries across the Middle East and North Africa. Like all forms of U.S. public diplomacy, the station is forbidden from broadcasting within the United States under the 1948 Smith-Mundt Act. In April 2004, an additional channel called Alhurra-Iraq was launched, featuring most of the Alhurra content, with additional programming specifically directed at the Iraqi audience. It is also broadcast on satellite.