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Alhurra’s studio for the period of their first live broadcast, 14 February 2004The result to launch Alhurra was encouraged by frustration among U.S. government officials over supposed anti-American bias between the leading Arab television networks and the cause these channels were having on Arab public judgment regarding the U.S. Alhurra was intended to serve as an alternative to these channels by presenting the news in a more “balanced and objective” manner in an effort to progress the image of the United States in the Arab world.Alhurra sign between February 2004 – November 2009The heavy force in front the launch of Alhurra was Norman Pattiz, a media manager and founder and chairman of broadcast production giant Westwood One. While serving as a limb of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), currently the U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM), the U.S. federal charity that controls all foreign non-armed forces radio and TV broadcasts, Pattiz advocated strongly for the creation of a U.S.-funded television network specifically bound for at Arab audiences. Pattiz had also earlier been responsible for the creation of Radio Sawa, a USAGM-administered Arabic-language radio network which televise a mix of music, entertainment, and news. The idea to launch Alhurra stemmed from the success that Radio Sawa had exhibited in reaching young audiences in the Middle East.