Right-Wing One America News Network is dropped from the top TV provider

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One America News will be removed from DirecTV’s service, a spokesperson for this TV provider confirmed.
DirecTV, the network’s largest distributor, has been airing the right wing news channel since April 2017.
OAN was well-known for being proTrump and spreading misinformation regarding COVID-19 as well as the 2020 election.

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Insider has learned that DirecTV will be dropping One America News Network, a conservative media channel, from its list of channels. A spokesperson for DirecTV confirmed this to Insider.

Satellite television provider and distributor of the network is the largest and has been airing the right-wing news channel since April 2017.

The provider is also dropping OAN’s sister network — A Wealth of Entertainment — which are both subsidiaries of Herring Networks. 

“We informed Herring Networks that, after a routine internal audit, we don’t intend to enter into any new contracts when our current agreement expires,” a DirecTV spokesperson stated to Insider by email.

Friday’s first report stated that DirecTV would not renew the contract with Herring Networks following April. One America News is also featured online on Verizon Fios TV provider


According to the network’s website, service KlowdTV and other smaller distributors are listed.

CBS News reported that OAN’s YouTube channel was closed in November 2020 due to misinformation regarding COVID-19.

The network was pro-Trump and spread misinformation, especially on the election and the ongoing pandemic.

According to, Trump used to call the channel one of his favorite channels and tweeted about it in 2020. “This is why @FoxNews weekend daytime and daytime have lost our ratings… Many great alternatives are forming & exist. Try @OANN & @newsmax, among others!”

Insider asked for comment from OANN and AWE, but they did not respond immediately.

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