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Behind the scenes at OAN: The TV network where Trump is always right
The first week of October ended in chaos, as reporters pieced together the spread of the coronavirus among White House officials and the condition of a hospitalised Donald Trump, who was removed from Walter Reed medical centre to wave at supporters from a secret service escort while on an experimental drug regimen.
But on the One America News Network, the president’s illness was just another day in his term. The US is rooting for him to get back into the White House and the president’s rival Joe Biden wears a mask as a “political prop”.
Embraced by the president and aired inside the west wing, the young right-wing news channel launched in as a counter to “mainstream media” networks, but it found its audience two years later while airing then-candidate Trump’s campaign rallies.
It’s a news network tailored to this presidency – a platform to defend the president against his critics, air grievances against his opponents, and launch a whirlwind of misleading claims that feed a far-right hour news cycle.
By Monday morning, the president’s illness and the spread of the disease through the White House was largely absent from OAN’s wall-to-wall coverage. Instead, it was replaced with assurance from administration officials that the president was on the mend, as well as criticism levelled at other media outlets for echoing concerns from medical experts about the president’s disregard for health guidelines.
The network did not reference the president’s dismissive and misleading remarks about the disease, concerns from health officials about his medical regimen nor uncertainty about the scale of infections at the White House. By Tuesday, more than a dozen people with close ties to the administration had tested positive for Covid, eight months from the onset of the pandemic that has killed more than , Americans.
Following the president’s drive outside the hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, the hosts behind the desk at OAN said “many” people said “he looked healthy” and “many praise” his storm of Twitter posts, while “some” said “he’s back” while spending a “working weekend” at Walter Reed, where he was “just undergoing some monitoring.”
At least three times throughout afternoon programming, the network played a clip featuring an unnamed black Trump supporter who had joined the crowd.
“He’s been fighting for us, I’m gonna fight for him,” he said.
‘Its own version of the truth’
While the president has been accused of manipulating government-funded media organisations to more closely resemble what comes from the White House, and attempted to undermine reporters covering his administration as “fake news” while he creates his own, OAN is a privately run media company that gladly amplifies his agenda while courting his favour.
The president has promoted the network on his social media feeds and at the White House, where the network has joined the press pool by the invitation of press secretaries Stephanie Grisham and Kayleigh McEnany. One former correspondent has also joined the administration.
In September, the network expanded its prime-time line-up ahead of its second presidential election coverage.
OAN is in 35 million homes in more than markets, though it’s unclear how many people are actually tuning in. The network has claimed that it is the fourth-ranked cable news network, based on Comscore set-box data, rather than Nielsen ratings.
But it has the attention of its most important viewer.
In May, Mr Trump encouraged cable companies to carry the network: ”I hate to be promoting AT&T, but @OANN is Great News, not Fake News. Everybody should be carrying them!”
OAN is available through cable providers AT&T, DirecTV and Verizon, but it’s not among the offerings from other major providers including Comcast and Spectrum. It’s also available online through the streaming platform Klowd TV as part of a package with InfoWars.
Crucially, OAN has a social media presence – the network’s audience of 1 million Twitter followers and more than , Facebook followers is much smaller than its competitors, but the president has tagged its accounts dozens of times over the last five years.
The network has bridged the president’s demands for loyalty with a “tremendously captive audience with a high degree of allegiance to far-right news,” according to Samuel Woolley, project director for propaganda research at the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin and author of The Reality Game: How the Next Wave of Technology Will Break the Truth.
“It acts as a kind of go-to echo chamber that people that already ascribe to, so the viewers can visit to reaffirm what they want to believe,” he told The Independent. “On a smaller scale – like Fox News but in a much more aggressively far-right way – it’s able to present its own version of the truth as it related to the present’s intentions and the intentions of the more extreme elements of the Republican Party.”
A blindly partisan allegiance to the media “is particularly worrisome because it corresponds with a growth of polarisation,” he said. “Having limited access to information of any kind has a causal effect on people’s emotions and relationships.”
But OAN is only a microcosm of far-right media that has emerged from the election and shaped political and conspiratorial coverage over the last four years, pushing stories that “end up looking like conspiracy or disinformation or out and out propaganda from the White House,” according to Mr Woolley.
Coupled with its social media presence, OAN “exists as part of a larger network within the propaganda ecosystem,” one that’s legitimised by a real-life cable news channel, he said.
“A lot of people go to traditional news networks to verify the kinds of conspiracy that they’re seeing,” he said. “What they’re seeing is always in support of the far-right conspiracies they’re seeing online – it’s very much in dialogue with the creators that are creating mis- and disinformation online [that’s] almost inextricable from a broader propaganda ecosystem.”
By airing on cable, “it means in the eyes of the consumer, it’s granted a degree of legitimacy than some random thread on Facebook.”
Finding an audience
Robert Herring Sr, after selling his family’s business in for $m, launched Wealth TV, now known as A Wealth of Entertainment, a luxury travel and lifestyle network.
At the Conservative Political Action Conference, Charles Herring – Mr Herring’s son – announced the beginnings of the One America News Network, promising a “reliable, credible, fact-based” platform “where more voices can be heard – voices that are ignored, libertarian and conservative voices.”
Ostensibly engineered to avoid the roundtable effect on cable competitors, where a single story draws focus across several hours of programming, OAN would mimic the “fast-paced” online news cycle with a multitude of stories aired throughout the day.
From its headquarters in San Diego, it advertised a new national news brand, launching from the ground up and broadcasting up to 21 hours daily, with young journalists and producers in the San Diego area applying for an opportunity for steady work in a grim, post-recession media landscape.
One former employee, hired two months before the network launched, told The Independent he was shocked by a lack of understanding among management about operating a newsroom.
“Right off the bat, I got the feeling that the owner had no interest in journalism, had no experience in journalism, and had no interest in launching an outlet that would respect the rules of journalism,” said the employee, who now works in the Los Angeles television market and has agreed to speak about his experience at the network on the condition of anonymity.
When it launched on 4 July , OAN broadcast a steady stream of breaking news with conservative-leaning commentary. But as Mr Trump elbowed into the Republican primaries, Mr Herring became more involved with the network’s direction.
In , the network began carrying then-candidate Trump’s rallies, broadcast by wire services and aired in their entirety – OAN saw an immediate spike in ratings from viewers pulled into the live coverage of what would become a staple throughout the campaign and administration.
According to former employees, Mr Herring – known among staff as Mr H – sent the newsroom story ideas from Breitbart and Drudge, as the network found an audience among then-candidate Trump’s supporters, while network officials began courting the campaign directly.
“In short order, it became the rule – we run all favourable Trump stories, and we carry all Trump rallies live in their entirety,” one former employee said.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin interviewed Mr Trump on OAN in August
Ahead of Mitt Romney’s damning March speech urging voters to reject then-candidate Trump in the remaining primary elections, Mr Herring allegedly told producers: “Do not carry the Romney speech live.”
Among other directives: avoid stories about Russian interference, police brutality and killings of black men, and Elon Musk and Tesla – Mr Herring drives one. (During a recent segment on Real Americawith Dan Ball, the host said that it “doesn’t sound like blacks are being slaughtered in the streets.”)
In an email obtained by The Washington Post, producer Kyle Warnke said he was leaving the network because he was “disappointed in our bloated coverage of Donald Trump.”
“It’s obvious why we cling to him: He brings in eyeballs and he’s clearly friendly to our station,” he said. “But we’re not treating him like we treat the other candidates in the race, even his Republican rivals.”
The network did not respond to The Independent’s request for comment.
While the president grew impatient with Fox News, he found a home at the much-smaller OAN.
Between segments, OAN’s commercial breaks on a recent broadcast included trailers for right-wing filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film TRUMP CARD, infomercials for medical products and firearms, and Trump campaign ads.
A breaking news alert, interrupting an interview with senator Marsha Blackburn, announced a congressional candidate forum between Republican challenger Eric Early and Democratic incumbent Adam Schiff, who won against his Republican challenger in California by nearly 80 per cent of the vote in OAN aired nearly the entire forum.
Sebastian Gorka appeared in another segment raging against presidential debate moderator and Fox News host Chris Wallace for criticising the president’s refusal to follow debate structure.
“Are you suddenly a member of the Third Reich?” Mr Gorka said. “Utterly fascistic.”
On Real America with Dan Ball, the network’s latest programme, the host shared clips from Late Night with Stephen Colbert and Saturday Night Live, highlighting jokes about the president’s coronavirus infection and his months spent denying its risks.
“A bad sign for America,” Mr Ball said. “We should always respect the office.”
Inside the White House
Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and “pizzagate” conspiracy theorist and alt-right figure Jack Posobiec are among the network’s alumni, but its most visible personality is Chanel Rion, the network’s chief White House correspondent, a staple at briefings where she offers leading, conspiracy-laden questions that often tee up canned responses from the president and his press secretary.
On her website, she is described as a “fierce foe of anything Clinton, of everything Obama, and as a total and unrelenting enemy of academic left-liberalism and political correctness anywhere.”
“She has been aboard the Trump train from its first week and spent hour days during the entire New Hampshire primary on the ground for the Trump campaign, working the New Hampshire winter, doing her part,” according to her website.
On 1 April, she was barred from the briefing room by the White House Correspondents’ Association for violating its Covid guidelines. She came back as a guest of the administration.
In an April letter to Ms McEnany and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, a legal counsel for OAN argued the network’s correspondents are treated "as if they were suspect and unwanted interlopers" and demanded officials "assert control over access to White House grounds."
"Viewpoint neutrality under the First Amendment is too important in press coverage of the White House to be left to the private biases of the [correspondents’ association," the letter said.
In August, Ms Rion launched the National White House Correspondents Association, a rebuke of the White House Correspondents’ Association, which the network claimed “largely amounts to a confederation of journalists with long socialist agendas and deep links to the Democrat Party.”
That month, Mr Herring suggested that the president submit to an interview.
“Isn’t it amazing that President Trump has not given any @OANN journalist a sit-down interview,” he said on Twitter. “They all practice good hygiene … Their questions have been posed to keep America informed and not to attack the President. Can’t figure it out!”
On 26 August, hours before the Republican National Convention, the network aired a formal one-on-one interview between the president and Ms Rion, who asked the president a series of leading questions:
“We’re watching Joe Biden slip very gently into senility while you’re at the top of your game. What’s your secret?”
“Tens of millions of Americans, everyday Americans, people who you may not have lived lives like, really support you and your family and your campaign to the great frustration of your adversaries. Why do you think you’re able to have this kind of empathy for people you don’t have to have shared experiences?”
“When you’re hosting that briefing room, sitting across from you, there are people there who if in any circumstance, you would probably get along with them fine, if you weren’t president and if they weren’t journalists. So, something happens though, somewhere along the way the cameras turn on and all of a sudden the vitriol starts – their questions often devoid of rationality, reason, decency. So my question to you is, do you think these attacks against you in that briefing room, are they organic questions from individual free-thinking people or do you think these journalists are afraid they might lose their jobs if they don’t attack you every day?”
That month, former OAN host Emily Miller was hired as the federal Food and Drug Administration’s assistant commissioner for media affairs. A week after commissioner Stephen Hahn announced her arrival, he announced her departure – but she remains an agency “appointee” installed by the White House.
A platform for conspiracy theories
While the network has struggled to break through to mainstream audiences, its coverage has magnified the kinds of conspiracies that US intelligence analysts have warned are primed for exploitation by Russian efforts to sow discord and distrust in the US.
The network airs half-hour and hourlong news blocks as well as special programming, including a three-hour programme in which Ms Rion and the president’s attorney Rudy Giuliani travelled to Ukraine to reveal how Democrats “collaborated foreign interference into the presidential election,” elevating conspiracies promoted by Mr Giuliani and his allies about the Biden family and Ukraine that prompted the president’s impeachment in the first place.
OAN’s programme was also aired by Russia-1, a state-owned network.
In June, the president shared a baseless conspiracy to his more than 80 million Twitter followers claiming that a year-old man in Buffalo, captured on video being knocked to the ground by police officers and hospitalised with a brain injury after bleeding from his fractured skull, was “an Antifa provocateur” and part of a “setup.”
Martin Gugino – a longtime human rights activist and member of the Catholic Worker Movement – is recovering from the incident.
The president tagged OAN, which promoted the conspiracy in a segment narrated by Kristian Brunovich Rouz, who has worked for the network since while also writing for Sputnik, the Kremlin-run news agency.
Another segment identified Mr Gugino as “far from the kindly old man that many in the media are describing”.
In May, the network filed a $10m defamation lawsuit against MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, who ran a segment on her programme discussing The Daily Beast’s reporting of Mr Rouz.
In her segment, Ms Maddow said that “the most obsequiously pro-Trump right wing news outlet in America really literally is paid Russian propaganda.”
OAN took issue with the word “literally” – in its suit, the network clarified that Mr Rouz “worked as a freelancer for Sputnik” which “had no relation to his work for OAN.”
US District Court judge Cynthia Bashant tossed out the suit.
In court filings, OAN agreed that the president “has praised OAN, and Rouz, a staffer for OAN, writes articles for Sputnik News which is affiliated with the Russian government,” according to the ruling.
In its appeal, OAN argued that “none of OAN's content is paid for or influenced by the Russian government.”
“We are fully prepared to take this case to the United States Supreme Court if necessary,” Robert Herring said in a statement. “Maddow has claimed that our family has engaged in treasonous acts. Nothing is further from the truth and her propagated falsehood has hurt our integrity and viewership trust.”
In a now-retracted OAN segment from 7 May, Mr Rouz amplified a conspiracy theory claiming that the patent for the Covid drug treatment remdesivir – which has been used by the president – is controlled by the Chinese government, Bill Gates, the World Health Organisation and the Clintons, “allegedly backed by globalist billionaire George Soros.”
On Monday’s prime-time programme In Focus with Stephanie Hammill (“Hamill, a straight shooter, isn’t afraid to tell you what she thinks”), the host said that the president’s recent departure from Walter Reed while hospitalised “is making members of the radical left and their media sycophants apoplectic.”
“I think it’s great he’s being so transparent with his health,” she said.
That night, OAN host Kieran McKinney said of the coronavirus: “Pretty much everyone in the world will get it, and there’s nothing we can do about it.”
As the president returned to the White House on Monday, he told Americans: “Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don't let it dominate your life.”
‘They found their base’
In January, The Wall Street Journal reported that Hicks Equity Partners, owned by the family of Thomas Hicks Jr, a Trump ally and Republican National Committee co-chair, was exploring a buyout.
In May, Vanity Fair reported that a group of investors, along with Donald Trump Jr, considered a move to acquire a major stake in the network to launch a “Trump TV” to directly take on Fox News. The Herrings have denied that a deal was in progress and have not publicly declared an intention to sell the network.
As election day nears, current and former employees at the network have considered how OAN will adapt to a potential post-Trump presidency, and whether its coverage will shift to support an ideological Trumpism if he’s no longer in office, or be in service of a power that’s committed to the same goals.
Current and former employees also have feared that OAN could inflame the president’s attempts to undermine the results of the election and “drag out” the contest, elevating the president’s attacks against mail-in voting and refusal to accept the results or a commitment to a peaceful transfer of power.
“They found their base, their Trump base, which has always been there,” according to one former employee. “They’ll still tune into One America.”
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One America News Network OAN
Quick Look:America News Network Website, also knows as OAN or OANN, is a conservative national and international news provider offering a 24/7 news feed and political talk shows. The live feed of the OAN broadcast is available on this Roku channel. The OAN Roku channel also includes a "Capitol Cam," which is a stationary camera focused on the US Capitol Building. There is no audio, just video.
To install the OAN channel on your Roku, you will need to subscribe through the Roku Channel Store (see fees below).
The OAN Website brings you additional information about programming and scheduling, as well as updated news stories. The shows tab provides a very detailed description of all of the available programming. In addition to show details there is a weekly broadcast schedule available with show times for each time zone.
A video from OAN can be seen below.
-- Information is current as of January 2,
Developer's Channel Description: One America News Network delivers a credible source for national and international news, including breaking political, business and entertainment headlines.
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY:News & Weather
DEVELOPER: Herring Networks, Inc.
FEES: $/month subscription through the Roku channel store.
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OAN Loses Appeal in Defamation Suit Against Rachel Maddow
An appeals court on Tuesday threw out a defamation lawsuit that accused Rachel Maddow of defaming One America News by calling the network paid Russian propaganda.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeal held that Maddows commentary was protected by the First Amendment, as she was simply offering her opinion based on a Daily Beast story that revealed that one of OANs contributors had previously written for Sputnik News, a Russian state-backed outlet.
A reasonable viewer would be able to differentiate between Maddow’s commentary and the actual news she is reporting, wrote Judge Milan D. Smith, Jr. Because Maddow discloses all relevant facts and employs colorful, hyperbolic language, we conclude that the specific context of the statement does not render it an assertion of fact.
Maddow discussed the Daily Beast story on her MSNBC show in July
In this case, the most obsequiously pro-Trump right wing news outlet in America really literally is paid Russian propaganda, she said on the broadcast. Their on-air U.S. politics reporter is paid by the Russian government to produce propaganda for that government.
One America News parent company, Herring Networks, sued Maddow, Comcast and NBCUniversal in September The suit stated that OAN had never been paid or received a penny from Russia or the Russian government, and sought $10 million in damages.
A district court judge threw out the suit in May , also concluding that Maddow was giving her opinion and not attempting to make a factual statement. The judge, Cynthia Bashant, granted Maddows motion to dismiss the suit under the California anti-SLAPP statute, which discourages frivolous suits that seek to chill public debate.
In February, Magistrate Judge Allison H. Goddard ordered OAN to pay $, to cover the legal fees for the defense.
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One America News Network
American far-right pay television news channel
One America News Network (OANN), also known as One America News (OAN), is a far-right, pro-Trump cable channel founded by Robert Herring Sr. and owned by Herring Networks, Inc., that launched on July 4,  The network is headquartered in San Diego, California, and operates news bureaus in Washington, D.C., and New York City. The company said in OANN was available in 35 million homes and that its audience ranged from , to as large as ,, though that year Nielsen Media Research estimated its viewership to be about 14,Reuters reported in October that the network was created at the urging of executives of AT&T, which has since been the source of up to 90% of the network's revenues.
Its prime-time political talk shows have a conservative perspective, and the channel has described itself as one of the "greatest supporters" of Trump. Trump himself has promoted both the network and some of its hosts.
The channel is known for promoting falsehoods and conspiracy theories. In November , YouTube suspended OANN for one week and ended its ability to monetize its existing content as a first strike under its three-strike community guideline violation policy for advertising a false cure for COVID In , the channel was sued by Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic for promoting false claims that the companies had engaged in election fraud during the presidential election.
OANN was announced on March 14, , by Herring Networks, Inc., an independent media company founded in by conservative businessman Robert Herring, Sr. The OANN channel originally debuted in partnership with The Washington Times, a conservative daily newspaper. Herring said in that under OANN's agreement with The Washington Times, the new network could use any Times content, but was not obligated to do so; he also said at the time that between 60 and 65 Herring Broadcasting employees spent "most of their days" on One America. OANN relocated its news and production studios from the Washington Times building to Constitution Avenue NW, near the Capitol in July of 
Herring told the Conservative Political Action Conference that "Fox News has done a great job serving the center-right and independent audiences", but that the audience's alternative news sources lacked variety.
At the beginning of , it was reported that Trump allies were looking into purchasing OANN.
As of April , its YouTube channel had close to million subscribers. Approximately employees worked at its San Diego headquarters.
Reuters reported in October that it had reviewed court documents showing the network was created in at the urging of executives of AT&T, which has since been the source of up to 90% of the network's revenues. In a deposition, a company accountant testified that lacking a contract with AT&T subsidiary DirectTV, the network's value "would be zero." Court documents showed the network promised to "cast a positive light" on AT&T during newscasts.
Shows currently airing on OANN are: Real America with Dan Ball, In Focus with Stephani Hamill, Tipping Point with Kara McKinney, The Real Story with Natalie Harp, After Hours with Alex Salvi, and Weekly Briefing with Christina Bobb.
In August , OANN launched the show On Point with Tomi Lahren. Many clips from the program went viral, and by Lahren had gained widespread attention for her commentaries. On August 19, , Lahren aired her final show at OANN. On the week of August 24, former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin guest-hosted a program on the network.
In , the channel aired the Canadian television film Claws of the Red Dragon, which had signed Steve Bannon as its American distributor.
OANN is known for its pro-Donald Trump content, promotion of conspiracy theories such as election tampering in November , and criticisms of mainstream media. OANN has described itself as one of the "greatest supporters" of Trump.
Further information: Veracity of statements by Donald Trump
OANN is pro-Trump. The father of Charles Herring,Robert Herring Sr., founder and CEO of the network, has ordered producers to promote pro-Trump stories, anti-Clinton stories, and anti-abortion stories and to minimize stories about Russian interference in the presidential election. Herring prohibited the network from running stories about polls that did not show Trump in the lead during the election.
During the presidential campaign, the channel ran a special titled Betrayal at Benghazi: The Cost of Hillary Clinton's Dereliction and Greed. Herring, the owner of the channel, sent his producers a report that falsely claimed that Hillary Clinton had a brain tumor and asking them to check up on it. He also shared a report with producers claiming that Planned Parenthood had promoted abortion and ordered them to minimize coverage of Pope Francis's US visit owing to the Pope's calls for action on global warming. Herring also repeatedly ordered his producers not to cover stories pertaining to Russian interference in the presidential election.
According to former and current employees at the channel as well as internal e-mails, by July the executives of the channel had directed the channel to "scuttle stories about police shootings, encourage antiabortion stories, minimize coverage of Russian aggression, and steer away from the new president's troubles."
In October , the channel claimed without evidence that a "report" had been published that showed "U.K. Crime Rises 13% Annually Amid Spread of Radical Islamic Terror". Trump later repeated this falsehood, suggesting that he learned of it from OANN.
In June , OANN was granted a permanent seat in the White House's James Brady briefing room. The network's Chief White House Correspondent, Trey Yingst, was one of the top five most called-upon reporters covering the Trump administration. Trump has been repeatedly called for questions from OANN during press conferences, including in February when Yingst asked the president about his campaign's contacts with the Russian government. Also in February , OANN was invited to a network lunch with Trump. In August , Trump praised OANN, saying: "It's a great network". In response, OANN CEO Robert Herring said that OANN considers itself a tough but fair presence in the White House press corps.
OANN supported the Trump administration's revocation of CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press credentials; most major media outlets, including the conservative Fox News, opposed this decision. In a statement, Robert Herring attacked Fox News, saying he "can't believe Fox is on the other side."
Rudy Giuliani has promoted conspiracy theories related to the Trump–Ukraine scandal on OANN.
On January 12, , an OANN broadcast promoted debunked conspiracy theories alleging illegal wiretapping of Trump. OANN broadcasts all of Trump's speeches uninterrupted.
In August , OANN tweeted a promotion for a television segment entitled "America Under Siege: The Attempt to Overthrow President Trump." The tweet asserted that ongoing demonstrations in the aftermath of the George Floyd killing constituted a "coup attempt" that was "led by a well funded network of anarchists trying to take down the President." Trump retweeted the message.
On February 11, , after Trump had left office, OANN aired a "tribute to his accomplishments" set to a reading of Rudyard Kipling's poem "If—". The video was credited to Harrison Hill Smith, an InfoWars contributor.
Murder of Seth Rich conspiracy theories
OANN has promoted conspiracy theories about the murder of Seth Rich.
Roy Moore sexual misconduct report controversy
Further information: Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations
After The Washington Post reported in November allegations that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore had made unwanted sexual advances toward teenagers when he was in his thirties, OANN "became a source of both positive coverage and stories that could cast doubt on his accusers." In November , OANN aired a segment citing a false rumor by an anonymous Twitter account that The Washington Post had offered $1, to Roy Moore's accusers. OANN described the tweet as a "report" and described the tweeter as a "former Secret Service agent and Navy veteran". The Twitter source had a history of tweeting falsehoods and conspiracy theories; the Twitter account had also made repeated and inconsistent lies about its identity, including appropriating the identity of a Navy serviceman who died in  After it was revealed that the story was a hoax, OANN did not retract its report.
During his Senate campaign, Roy Moore cited OANN when he defended himself against the accusations, including an OANN story that alleged his "Accusers Have Ties to Drug Dealers & Washington Post".
During the night of the Alabama Senate election, OANN announced that Moore had swept the election "by a large margin" when in actuality Moore had lost the race. In its announcement, the network cited "unofficial polling", and the news anchor extended OANN CEO Robert Herring's congratulations to Moore on having run a "fine campaign." OANN's website also published an erroneous article claiming Moore had won "despite attacks from Democrats about unverified allegations." During election night, OANN also reported "a number of people have been caught trying to sneak into voting booths and vote illegally"; however, Alabama Secretary of State's office said it had no credible reports of voter fraud.
Conspiracy theory about David Hogg
Further information: Stoneman Douglas High School shooting §Conspiracy theories, disinformation, and harassment
In February , one of the hosts on OANN tweeted a conspiracy theory that David Hogg, a year-old survivor of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, had been coached to speak against Trump by, and was "running cover" for, his retired FBI agent father. Donald Trump Jr. "liked" the OANN host's tweet. The younger Hogg responded, describing the conspiracy theory to Buzzfeed News as "immature, rude, and inhuman."
Syria chemical attack
In April , while on an al-Assad regime-led tour of the area of the Douma chemical attack, an OANN correspondent claimed there was no evidence that a chemical attack had occurred. The correspondent said, "Not one of the people that I spoke to in that neighborhood said that they had seen anything or heard anything about a chemical attack on that day" and that residents "loved Bashar al-Assad."
In May , OANN published a report claiming that the White Helmets had admitted to staging fake chemical weapons attacks intended to put blame on the Assad regime. OANN referred to the humanitarian organization, which is partly funded by the US State Department, as "terrorist-linked". The Daily Beast characterized this story as a "smear" that could be traced directly as Russian disinformation.
Conspiracy theorist Jack Posobiec
Far-right conspiracy theoristJack Posobiec was employed by OANN as a political correspondent from  to  Posobiec was a prominent proponent of the Pizzagate and murder of Seth Rich conspiracy theories.
In September , Posobiec presented the pro-Hitler online poster known as Microchip on OANN without indicating that person's affiliations, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The SPLC said the two men had worked together in spreading disinformation for several years, including the false claims propagated in Pizzagate. In , during the George Floyd protests in Buffalo, New York, Posobiec falsely reported and promoted another unsubstantiated conspiracy theory regarding pipe bombs.
False story about Bible ban
In April , OANN ran a segment falsely claiming that a California bill would ban the sale of Bibles. Within 24 hours, the OANN video was viewed million times on Facebook. Snopes determined that this claim was a misrepresentation; the bill actually targeted gay conversion therapy.
Unsubstantiated claims about Ammar Campa-Najjar
During the mid-term campaign for the November U.S. elections, OANN ran a segment claiming that Democratic congressional candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar's "father praised the deaths of the Israelis, saying they deserved to die." The Washington Post fact-checker noted that there is no attribution to this statement in the OANN segment. An OANN commentator also claimed that groups connected to the Muslim Brotherhood donated to Campa-Najjar's campaign and that the FEC website showed this. The Washington Post fact-checker said it "couldn't find evidence of this after searching Campa-Najjar's filings with the Federal Election Commission." Nevertheless, the OANN segment was used in attack ads by Campa-Najjar's Republican opponent Duncan D. Hunter to support the false suggestion that Campa-Najjar was tied to terrorism, and Hunter would end up winning the election anyway.
Interview subject with a fake name
In July , the network interviewed pro-Trump activist Logan Cook, known online as Carpe Donktum, about allegations of anti-conservative bias on Reddit. OANN identified the man as Dennis F. Charles and said he was "a conservative social media analyst." OANN did not disclose that Cook was using a pseudonym.
Further information: Special Counsel investigation (–) and Timeline of Russian interference in the United States elections
OANN is known for downplaying threats posed to the United States by Russia. According to a former OANN producer, on his first day at OANN he was told, "Yeah, we like Russia here." One of OANN's reporters, Kristian Brunovich Rouz, simultaneously works for the Russian propaganda outlet and news agency Sputnik, which is state-owned; when Rouz runs favorable segments on OANN that relate to Russia, OANN does not disclose that he also works for Sputnik. Rouz compiled a wholly fabricated story that OANN ran in , which alleged that Hillary Clinton's political action committee secretly gave $, to "antifa." In May , Rouz created a segment for OANN in which he claimed "mounting evidence of a globalist conspiracy" involving the Clintons, Soros, Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, and the Chinese government. No evidence exists for any of this.
In September , OANN parent Herring Networks sued MSNBC host Rachel Maddow (as well as Comcast, MSNBC and NBCUniversal Media) for $10 million in federal court, after Maddow said the network "literally [is] paid Russian propaganda" on her July 22, program (when she referred to a Daily Beast article identifying Rouz as working for Sputnik). The court dismissed the suit, finding the claim was not defamation, but that a "reasonable viewer" would recognize it as a reasonable summation of the article published by The Daily Beast. In February , Herring Networks was ordered to pay Maddow and MSNBC $, legal fees in an anti-SLAPP ruling. OANN's appeal of the ruling was denied by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in August The panel decided that Maddow's statement was "an obvious exaggeration, cushioned within an undisputed news story", and thus not defamation.
False claims about George Soros
OANN has run stories falsely claiming that George Soros, a Hungarian-born American philanthropist, collaborated with the Nazis when he was a year-old. The network has also accused Soros of funding migrant caravans to the United States.
During a report from Ukraine with Rudy Giuliani, in December , OANN correspondent Chanel Rion claimed without evidence that Soros had shown up at the Kyiv airport with "human Dobermans in little black Mercedes" to find them. The claim was ridiculed in Ukrainian and American media. Soros was not known to have visited Ukraine since 
COVID pandemic conspiracy theories
Further information: COVID misinformation
In March , during the COVID pandemic, the OANN chief White House correspondent Chanel Rion promoted a conspiracy theory that the virus originated in a North Carolina lab, citing information from a "citizen investigator and a monitored source amongst a certain set of the DC intelligence community" who was actually a Twitter conspiracy theorist. As she described this individual during a televised report from the White House grounds, an image was displayed of actor Keir Dullea in the film A Space Odyssey. She also asserted that Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases, had funded the creation of COVID Rion later claimed without evidence that other mainstream media outlets were parroting Communist Party of China propaganda. During a press conference with Trump, she asked him whether it was "racist" to use the term "Chinese food"; accused "major left-wing news media" of "consistently siding with foreign state propaganda, Islamic radicals and Latin gangs and cartels" as well as "Chinese Communist Party narratives"; and asked the president whether it was "alarming" that media "work right here at the White House with direct access to you and your team?"
Rion previously worked as a political cartoonist, promoted murder of Seth Rich conspiracy theories, and written an anti-feminist children's book; Rion also praised a book by a Holocaust denier. She claimed without evidence that former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe were involved in an affair. OANN later retracted the story.
In April , Rion was expelled from the White House Correspondents' Association and her formal seat was removed for flagrantly violating newly implemented social distancing rules in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room. Despite this, Rion has boasted she was personally invited to attend by the Trump White House's press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, a day after the ban.
In May , OANN host Liz Wheeler claimed without evidence that "mainstream media pretended there was a deadly surge in COVID cases" after the Wisconsin Spring election. PolitiFact rated the claim "Pants on Fire", having found that there were no references to a "surge" in their review of state and national articles about the election, and that reports had accurately listed the number of COVID cases potentially related to the election.
In November , YouTube suspended OANN's channel's ability to upload videos for one week and demonetized its channel for violating YouTube's policy against promoting COVID misinformation, after OANN uploaded a video advertising a fake cure for COVID OANN responded that "The video was 'unlisted' on YouTube for review by internal OAN staff only", accused YouTube of a First Amendment violation, and stated that the video was republished on the OANN website.
George Floyd protests
Main article: George Floyd protests
In June , during protests against racism and police brutality in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, OANN reporter Jack Posobiec falsely claimed that there were pipe bombs planted at the Korean War Memorial in Washington D.C., and that "federal assets [were] in pursuit". There were no pipe bombs, nor is there any evidence that any "federal assets" pursued it.
Buffalo police shoving incident
Main article: Buffalo police shoving incident
In June , OANN claimed, without evidence, that an elderly protester who had been seriously injured by police "was attempting to capture the radio communications signature of Buffalo police officers" and was linked to the antifa movement. Referencing OANN's unfounded conspiracy theory, Trump later tweeted that the protester "could be an ANTIFA provocateur." OANN's Kristian Rouz provided no evidence for these claims, referring only to The Conservative Treehouse, an anonymously written right-wing blog. That afternoon, Herring Sr. tweeted to Trump, "we won't let you down as your source for credible news!" On June 13, protesters in San Diego, California gathered outside OANN headquarters, where Herring Sr. challenged the crowd to prove the story was false.
See also: Attempts to overturn the United States presidential election
In the months after the United States presidential election, OANN extensively amplified false claims of election fraud and promoted conspiracy theories related to the election. Five days after the Associated Press had called the election for Joe Biden, OANN continued to insist that Donald Trump had won, and OANN continued to refer to Trump as "President Trump" (while referring to Biden as simply "Biden" or "Joe Biden") for months after the January inauguration of Joe Biden as President. It has also been revealed that Christina Bobb, an OANN news anchor, worked in private with the legal team of Donald Trump to try to overturn the election results.
OANN saw growth in its audience as a result of its election coverage. It was boosted in particular by Donald Trump, who expressed disapproval of Fox News' reporting on the presidential election and encouraged his supporters to instead watch OANN or Newsmax TV, another conservative channel promoting election falsehoods.
Reuters reported in October that on the day of the attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters, an OANN news director emailed staff: "Please DO NOT say ‘Trump Supporters Storm Capitol’ Simply call them demonstrators or protestorsDO NOT CALL IT A RIOT!!!" The next day, Herring emailed news producers: "We want to report all the things Antifa did yesterday. I don’t think it was Trump people but lets investigate." The FBI has not found evidence of antifa involvement.
Dominion Voting Systems
OANN was a major promoter of the conspiracy theory that Dominion Voting Systems had manipulated vote totals to ensure the victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden. OANN spent months alleging manipulation by Dominion, advanced claims that Dominion employees had colluded with Antifa activists, aired a fictitious map allegedly seized by the US Army from election servers in Germany showing Donald Trump had received electoral votes, and hosted interviews with Trump allies claiming that Dominion was part of an international communist conspiracy. Some of these claims were later amplified by Donald Trump, including a false assertion made on OANN that millions of votes for Trump were switched to votes for Joe Biden (a claim that originated on mynewextsetup.us, a pro-Trump website); Trump also tweeted out an OANN segment in which Ron Watkins, a far-right conspiracy theorist and administrator of 8chan (the website famous for its close connection to the QAnon conspiracy theory), was falsely characterized as an expert on election issues as he promoted conspiracy theories about Dominion.
OANN later removed all references to Dominion and Smartmatic, another company falsely accused of voter fraud, from its website without issuing public retractions after Dominion filed a $ billion defamation lawsuit against Sidney Powell. However, on February 5, , OANN aired Absolute Proof, a film produced by My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell that contained false claims and conspiracy theories about voter fraud in the election. Before the program, OANN showed a lengthy disclaimer asserting that the claims were Lindell's alone, but that the election results "remain disputed and questioned by millions of Americans." The disclaimer was seen as an attempt to avoid litigation from Dominion and Smartmatic.
On August 10, , Dominion sued OANN for "knowingly and continuously" spreading false election fraud narratives, for a minimum of $ billion.
On January 25, , OANN aired a film titled The Ukraine Hoax: Impeachment, Biden Cash, and Mass Murder. In March , the United States intelligence community released an analysis which found that proxies of Russian intelligence "made contact with established US media figures and helped produce a documentary that aired on a US television network in late January " as part of a broad effort to promote and launder misleading or unsubstantiated narratives about Joe Biden "to US media organizations, US officials, and prominent US individuals, including some close to former President Trump and his administration."
Promotion of executions
In June , OANN personality Pearson Sharp falsely stated in an on-air monologue that "the simple facts point to massive and widespread problems with voting integrity" and "there have been numerous indications that foreign governments including China and Pakistan, meddled in our election to install Joe Biden as president," continuing:
What are the consequences for traitors who meddled with our sacred democratic process and tried to steal power by taking away the voices of the American people? What happens to them? Well, in the past, America had a very good solution for dealing with such traitors: ExecutionThe bottom line is that no one is above the law. And let this be a warning to anyone who thinks they are. The consequences are clear. And those responsible will be brought to justice for their role in undermining America's democracy.
Followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory shared video of the monologue, which buttressed their belief that a "storm" was coming in which Satan-worshiping pedophiles who oppose Trump would be rounded up and executed.
Arizona election audit
Trump lost Arizona and its most populous county, Maricopa, in the election. Arizona Senate Republicans, holding the senate majority and led by Karen Fann, asserted possible fraud and hired private firms to conduct an audit of Maricopa balloting. OANN broadcast extensive coverage of the audit, which was widely criticized across the political spectrum. Bobb and Rion formed a (c)(4) social welfare organization to raise funds for the effort, promoting it on the air. The audit ultimately found no proof of fraud and that Biden's margin of victory was actually slightly higher.
Doxing and harassment of New York Times journalist
On March 18, , OANN aired a segment which contained the phone number of New York Times reporter Rachel Abrams, who they claimed was "fishing for information" from disgruntled OANN employees for a "hit piece" and called on viewers to "stand up to intimidation by the left" by contacting Abrams. OANN also posted a tweet with the number on its Twitter account, which was deleted after more than 6 hours by Twitter for violating its rules on personal and private information. On April 18, , Abrams published an article in The New York Times, which cited interviews with current and former OANN employees stating that the channel had broadcast reports they considered to be "misleading, inaccurate or untrue", and that some employees were hoping the channel would be sued by Dominion Voting Systems, which it later was. Marty Golingan, one of the employees who was interviewed, was fired by OANN after the article was published.
In March , University of Southern California media professor Marty Kaplan praised the network for its focus on what he viewed as impartial news reporting, writing in The Huffington Post, "Ten minutes of OAN tells me eight stories; 10 minutes of Fox or MSNBC tells me one story, to make me mad," while commenting that OAN's opinion segments were "as delusional and incendiary as anything on conservative talk radio or Fox." He has since expressed a different view of the network, telling Columbia Journalism Review that, where once the talk shows were "sand traps" in a "large field of green", the network "fairly quickly" became "more like the Sahara". Don Kaplan (no relation to Marty) of the New York Daily News echoed similar sentiments to Marty Kaplan's initial view, writing in December that, "it's by far one of the most fair news outlets around, serving up a daily diet of ad-free, non-ideological, nonstop news—without smirking, snarky anchors or much fanfare" while stating that its opinion segments "skew hard to the right."
In July , Marc Fisher wrote in The Washington Post that the network was "a reliably sympathetic voice of the [Trump] administration's goals and actions". In July , Media Matters for America criticized OANN host Liz Wheeler for advancing conspiracy theories relating to the Planned Parenthood undercover videos controversy and other abortion topics and tying tangentially related news stories to the "so-called liberal hypocrisy on abortion." In , the English Wikipedia deprecated OANN, along with The Gateway Pundit and The Daily Caller, with the consensus for OANN being that it publishes "falsehoods, conspiracy theories, and intentionally misleading stories".
In an April Last Week Tonight segment, John Oliver called the channel "a combination of far-right wing talking points and dirt-stupid reporting," criticizing its hosts, methods, ideology, accuracy, promotion of unfounded conspiracy theories, and closeness to the Trump administration.
In June , OANN said it was available in 35 million homes and its audience ranged from , to as large as ,, though Nielsen Media Research estimated its viewership that year to be about 14, The company does not subscribe to Nielsen, citing its high fees, so regular audience estimates are not available.
In February , a federal judge awarded $, to MSNBC in an anti-SLAPP counter suit to OANN's $10million lawsuit claiming that they had been defamed by Rachel Maddow. The judgement ruled that OANN's initial suit was frivolous and required OANN to pay all legal fees incurred by MSNBC.
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