Texas is a pretty big place -- but is it big enough for Glenn Beck? The Lone Star State is about to find out.
Conservative pundit Beck, whose New York-based television show for Fox News was recently canceled -- or he voluntarily left, depending on whom you ask -- sold his $3.6 million Connecticut home and is renting a $20,000-a-month two-acre spread in Dallas. “I can’t wait,” Beck told listeners d
Glenn Beck and his trusty blackboard will make their last appearance on Fox News Thursday evening.
The right-wing Beck joined Fox News in January 2009, and at his peak in January 2010, his show averaged 2.9 million viewers daily, the Associated Press reported.
Television personality Glenn Beck announced today that he will be ending his daily 5PM program on Fox News.
According to the NY Times, Fox News and Beck's company, Mercury Radio Arts, will "work together to develop and produce a variety of television projects for air on the Fox News Channel as well as content for other platforms including Fox News' digital properties."