The new network on Wednesday began filling in some of the details about what its schedule will look like. Over the past couple of months, it has announced the hiring of several U.S. television veterans for the launch.
Seigenthaler's hour-long show will air at 8 p.m. Eastern time. It will be followed by a magazine-style show anchored by Joie Chen called "America Tonight."
Ali Velshi, like Chen a CNN alum, will host a business-oriented show, "Real Money," that will air weekdays at 7 p.m. ET. Antonio Mora will host "Consider This," a talk show about current events.
"Late Night News," for which no anchor has been listed, will be a second news summary that airs at 11 p.m. ET, the beginning of prime time on the West Coast.
At 7:30 p.m. ET, the show "The Stream" is being described as a uniquely-formatted program that allows people to connect and comment on the world through social media.
Al-Jazeera America announced two Sunday night shows: "Fault Lines" will investigate the impact of politics and policies on individual communities. "TechKnow" is about scientific discoveries that are changing lives.
The network will debut in more than 45 million homes to replace the old Current TV.