Super Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the central Philippines on Friday, was one of the fiercest storms ever recorded. The death toll of already 10,000 is predicted to rise if rescue efforts are not swift and successful. Efforts have been complicated by destroyed roads and bridges, as well as a large number of bodies that have yet to be cleared. If you have loved ones in the Philippines or want to follow the efforts as they progress, we’ve compiled a list of news networks committed to producing significant coverage so you can follow for up-to-the-minute coverage. Top picks are two channels known for outpacing US news organizations by a mile: Al Jazeera (world news headquarterd in Doha, Qatar) and the BBC (UK). All are available streaming live for broadband and mobile via FilmOn.Com. Click to check availability in your area.

Top news networks streaming coverage of the tragedy in the Philippines:

BBC News (UK)
Deutsche Welle (Germany)
France24 (France)
Al Jazeera (Middle East)
Russia Today (Russia)
Press TV (Iran)