You'll be able to see Glenn Beck every day at 5 p.m. EST on his daily Internet show "Glenn Beck," which will be featured on his new subscription-based website GBTV. Since he left FOX News in June, Beck has kept his opinions known on his radio show. This will mark the first time people will see and hear from the controversial host. And, yes, the chalkboard will remain.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Beck's new online venture has 230,000 subscribers, which is far less than he entertained on FOX News. Beck said his new show will be similar to what people have expected from his FOX program, but with new contributors and be twice as long.
“GBTV is not for slugs,” he said to the WSJ. “It’s news for people who want to get involved and play a role in saving our country.”
What do you think of Glenn Beck entering the WebTV realm?