Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Glenn Beck became even more visible in 2006 with his first television commentary show, CNN's Glenn Beck, which was at the time, the fastest growing TV talk show on cable. In 2009, Beck's show moved over to the Fox News Channel.
Getting his start in radio after winning a contest to be a DJ for an hour, Beck began his talk show career at Tampa, Florida's 970 WFLA-AM, going to the number one slot in less than a year.
The Glenn Beck Program is syndicated through the Premiere Radio Network on over 300 radio stations as well as XM Satellite Radio, making it the third highest rated national radio talk show with adults 25 to 54.
A recovering alcoholic, Beck shares his triumphs, struggles, and discoveries on the shows and isn't afraid of controversy.
Debuting May 8, 2006, Glenn Beck doubled CNN's viewers during the time period and became one of the network's most popular shows. But being the only conservative voice on the ultra-liberal cable channel proved to be too much for CNN and the show moved to the more politically centered Fox News Channel in 2009.
Featuring witty responses to current events in a conservative light, the Glenn Beck Program is a news show for "those who cannot stand to watch the news anymore." With the focus on the "Real America", Glenn shows us that America is still great.… Expand
- Genre(s): Talk & Interview, News
- Show Type: Ended
- Season 5 premiere date: Sep 13, 2010
- Episode Length: 60
- Air Time: 05:00 PM
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Jan 9, 2011Glenn Beck is simply a bobblehead for uneducated right wingers. His entire show is nothing more than propaganda and non-factual claims. There is no fact-checking involved in a Faux news show at all. He'll say anything if it will get him attention or get gullible white-trash watchers riled up in support.
Don't expect any dignity or integrity if you tune in to this show, Glenn Beck is lacking both.… Expand