The network started with the goal of targeting a conservative-leaning audience with OAN President Charles Herring telling CPAC that,”Fox News has done a wonderful job serving the center-right and separate audiences. . .But individuals who consider themselves liberal have a half dozen or more options on TV every day from that to receive their news.” Herring also worried the system’s separation of information and opinion articles, with news coverage during the day and restricted opinion commentary from day talk shows, such as The Daily Ledgerhosted by Graham Ledger and The Tipping Point hosted by Liz Wheeler. Advertisements for the station touted the system’s lack of concentrate and comment . The station was started on July 4, 2013.
Back in July 2014, OAN relocated its information and manufacturing studios from The Washington Times Building to its location at 101 Constitution Avenue NW, close to the United States Capitol. The movement ended OAN’s connection with The Washington Times, which provided news and analysis, in addition to a rental area arrangement, for its community. While its Washington Bureau was formerly located inside the Times building, OAN remains entirely owned and operated, such as all editorial management, by Herring Networks, Inc..
Back in August 2014, OAN established the series On-line with Tomi Lahren. Clips of this app went viral, and Lahren gained attention at 2015 because of her commentaries. On August 19, 2015, Karen finished her series.
The creation of this organization was declared on March 14, 2013 by Herring Networks, Inc., an independent and family-owned nationwide video programming provider owns and works OAN and sister station AWE (previously WealthTV; the initialism having an acronym for”A Wealth of Entertainment”).