Fox News television host Glenn Beck, with his show set to end June 30, has plans to continue his talk show online as part of a new Internet network, GBTV. The New York Times first reported that these plans would be announced on Tuesday.
Beck's television show will continue online as part of the new Internet network, and the show will be called Glenn Beck. The daily talk show will stream live from 5 to 7 p.m. Beck told The New York Times that he plans on adding programs over time.
GBTV is already available at GBTV.com. Subscriptions will cost $4.95 each month for access to Glenn Beck. Access to GBTV Plus, which will include all programs on the network, his radio simulcast and other offerings, will cost subscribers $9.95. However, for a limited time, new subscribers can purchase access to GBTV Plus for $4.95 per month, according to a press release on GlennBeck.com.
Beck's media company, Mercury Radio Arts, Mercury is partnered with Clear Channel Communications, which will air promotions for GBTV.
Beck, who will continue doing his radio show, already plans to provide subscribers to GBTV Plus with a live stream of Restoring Courage, an event to be held in Israel on August 24.
According to the press release, there will be a launch event for GBTV on June 8 at 7 p.m.
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Correction: The launch event for GBTV is Wednesday, June 8 at 7 p.m. A previous version of this article incorrectly said that the launch event would be July 8.