[12] Per month, the media outlet receives 200 million views. Summary: Jayar Jackson was born on 01/25/1980 and is 40 years old. [16] The show provides in-depth coverage on politics regarding topics, events and other issues.[10]. In addition to being carried on the TYT Network and YouTube, it is also currently available on Amazon Prime Direct, iTunes, Hulu, Roku, on Pluto TV through a 24-hour feed and on social media platforms Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. [112] In 2018, TYT also featured other progressive political candidates on Rebel HQ such as Richard Ojeda during his congressional run, gubernatorial candidates Cynthia Nixon who ran in New York State and Christine Hallquist in Vermont to discuss their policies. The program also features a post-game show, in which Uygur and Kasparian discuss their personal lives. This page was last edited on 15 October 2020, at 10:04. [33] By 2010, TYT employed people and maintained a budget resembling the size of a small newspaper.[34]. The program presents an anti-establishment stance and provides commentary on topics of varying news genres. He can be seen regularly hosting The Young Turks. In a September 2006 article, U.S. News & World Report contributing writer Paul Bedard described TYT as "the loudly liberal counter to the right-leaning presets on my Sirius Satellite Radio. Some Lesser Known Facts About Amy Jackson. Co-created and hosted by Cenk Uygur (who executive produced the series with original program co-creator Dave Koller, with Jesus Godoy, Jayar Jackson and Mark Register serving as producers), the program was co-presented by Ana Kasparian, with Ben Mankiewicz, Michael Shure, Brian Unger, Wes Clark Jr. and RJ Eskow as contributors and correspondents. The Young Turks (TYT) is an American liberal[7] and left-wing[8] news and opinion show on YouTube that additionally appears on selected television channels. TYT rejoined Sirius/XM in 2017 with the show being run on SiriusXM Progress. [107], The station uses traditional and online media platforms regarding political action and mobilisation for citizen engagement with institutional politics. Jayar Jackson. The first hour, which is occasionally hosted solo by Uygur but frequently has Ana Kasparian among other co-hosts, focuses on American politics, foreign policy and breaking news headlines. It was filmed at studio facilities in the Los Angeles suburb of Culver City. During the 2008 elections, the show developed close ties to Brave New Films. He has covered high school football for the LA Daily News and the San Diego Chargers for Pro Football News Network. Jayar is a writer, producer, and contributor for The Young Turks. [116][117][118], The show's name Young Turks has been criticized due to the original Young Turks political movement in the Ottoman Empire being responsible for committing the Armenian Genocide,[119] as well as a 1991 article Cenk Uygur wrote in The Daily Pennsylvanian in which he promoted Armenian Genocide denial. It was the second news and opinion program to air on Current, alongside Countdown with Keith Olbermann, and was part of a strategy to refocus the network's prime time schedule around progressive talk programming (which was followed by the debut of The War Room with Jennifer Granholm in January 2012). [16] Uygur and co-host Kasparian applied a populist left branding and programming strategy that made TYT a successful global online organisation, with larger numbers of YouTube subscribers and viewers than several other notable news networks like FOX, MSNBC and CNN. Eastern Time beginning in the fourth quarter of 2011. The Young Turks also maintain a partnership with Al Jazeera's digital channel AJ+, in an arrangement first announced in March 2015. [42] Several hosts for TYT have expressed support for Sanders. [47], In late February 2020, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) sought to unionise the production and post-production staff at TYT. "[120][121] In response to the criticism he has explained that the name of the show was chosen because it is a popular colloquialism traditionally meaning a young radical who fights the status quo. The program was originally based out of the living room of creator/host Cenk Uygur, but it moved production to a small office in Los Angeles after the show hired a limited staff to produce the program. Current TV announced the launch of a separate television broadcast of The Young Turks on September 20, 2011, with the program intending to air Monday through Friday evenings at 7:00 pm. According to the show's website, the show was titled The Young Turks with Cenk Uygur to differentiate itself from the popular web series. In 2013, The Young Turks' production staff relocated temporarily to new studio quarters at YouTube Space LA in Los Angeles. He’s hosted YouTube’s Live Summit for Social Change in London where he interviewed hip hop icon, Common. "[59] In 2014, The Independent described it as "the most-watched online news show in the world. [22][23][24][9] Co-creator and host Cenk Uygur describes himself as an "independent progressive" and asserts that the show is aimed at the "98 percent 'not in power'" and what he describes as the 60 percent of Americans who hold progressive views.[25]. [13] In October 2013, The Young Turks launched an Indiegogo campaign, aimed at raising $250,000 in order to build a new studio. [105] Examples include TYT calling for gun control and the need to mitigate violence by police during its coverage of the 2018 Parkland school shooting. Jayar Jackson is a producer, known for TYT Arm Wrestling Tournament (2012), TYT University (2011) and The Young Turks (2005). [12] Due to popular demand from viewers, TYT established an online outlet selling its own label branded merchandise, such as t-shirts, that are often designed and voted upon through the input of its audience. 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I don’t want to make the same mistake again, so I am going to refrain from commenting on the topic of the Armenian Genocide, which I do not know nearly enough about. [32] Hosts on TYT have called for the Democratic Party to undergo a revitalisation process. [40] In August 2017, it was announced that The Young Turks have raised $20 million in venture-capital from 3L Capital, WndrCo (owned by businessman Jeffrey Katzenberg),[41][17][18] Greycroft, and e.ventures. Aquí nos gustaría mostrarte una descripción, pero el sitio web que estás mirando no lo permite. [71], The Young Turks returned to television with a weekly, hour-long program on Fusion, The Young Turks on Fusion, which premiered on September 12, 2016 for a twelve-week limited run. Jayar Jackson is a senior producer and contributor for The Young Turks. [34] The network uses its platforms for advocacy, such as calling for its audience to participate in the political process and give candidates support. [9][10] The program was created by Cenk Uygur, Ben Mankiewicz, and Dave Koller.