The rumors and speculation are over—departing Fox News host/douche Glenn Beck won't be out of a job for long. Viewers will have access to the controversial mouthpiece through GBTV, a live streaming video network launched by Beck's company Mercury Radio Arts. The network will feature the fiery conservative host's daily 5-7 p.m. show as well as other "original and licensed information and entertainment programming."
But there is a catch: Viewers have to pay $5 a month for Glenn's new show and $10 for the whole shebang. Who would pay for this feature? Well, apparently, according to the network, there are over 80,000 paying morons subscribers who can't wait to have Beck's rants related to them via bloggers.
GBTV will launch two additional programs: A simulcast of Glenn's three-hour radio show and The 4th Hour hosted by Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere.
It'll be interesting to see which, if any, advertisers will support Beck's stream having been dealt major blows in that area on his current show. Beck says, "GBTV is the future." His last show on Fox News airs June 30, so we'll have to wait to find out if his claim is wishful thinking or reality.