Be fruitful and multiply.
That’s the gist of Glenn Beck’s new creative venture.
According to a press release issued by Fox News and Beck’s production company, Mercury Radio Arts, the network star plans to “transition off his daily program” later this year and work with Fox “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.”
Either way, it’s clear that this not goodbye for the controversial newsman.
The Glenn Beck show is currently ranked as the third highest rated program in all of cable news, according to the press release. He has recently been the center of controversy among many Jewish groups for comparing reform Judaism to radical Islam (He later apologized.)
Here’s a fun list of programs I’d like to see Glenn Beck host:
1) Cooking with Glenn.
2) Survivor: Republican Primaries
3) Conservative Eye for the Liberal Guy