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OAN was announced on March 14, 2013 by Herring Networks, Inc., a family-owned national video programming company, which also owns sister channel AWE.
The OAN channel originally debuted in partnership with The Washington Times.
On television, the network predominantly uses the acronym “OAN”, whereas on Twitter it is more frequently known as “OANN”.
The channel was launched with the intention of serving a conservative audience.
OAN President Charles Herring told the Conservative Political Action Conference that “Fox News has done a great job serving the center-right and independent audiences… But those who consider themselves liberal have a half-dozen or more choices on TV each day…”
Herring also emphasized the network’s separation of news from opinion content. He said that straight news would be reported throughout the day, with limited opinion and commentary on evening talk shows, including The Daily Ledger, hosted by Graham Ledger, and The Tipping Point, hosted by Liz Wheeler.
Promotions for the channel in 2013 touted the network’s lack of commentary and focus on straight news reporting.
In July 2014, OAN relocated its news and production studios, moving from The Washington Times building to a new location at 101 Constitution Avenue NW, near the United States Capitol. This marked the end of OAN’s relationship with The Washington Times, which had provided news and analysis.