Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck looks to be launching local web portals for The Blaze in markets he's off the air

Monday, August 26, 2013 - 11:05am

Radio pundit Glenn Beck is likely looking to launch local market web portals to maintain visibility in markets he recently lost on-air affiliates.

Beck has registered domains for the cities of Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. He's also purchased domains for Dallas (his home market, where he's still on the air), and Toledo (another strong market for his on-air show), reports Radio Insight.

Beck has "taken his from a news/commentary site into radio streaming, traditional publishing, video, and most recently converting it into a full cable television network," writes the news source.

Our prior coverage of Beck's on-air, online The Blaze network is here.

Glenn Beck and Clear Channel to launch online talk radio channel

Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 12:05pm

TheBlazePundit Glenn Beck has partnered with Clear Channel to launch "The Blaze Radio Network," an online talk radio stream that will be the home of talk personality Jay Severin.

The channel will stream from Beck's The Blaze website, and via an iPhone/iPad app and the iHeartRadio app. In addition to Severin's show, the new channel will include a simulcast of "The Glenn Beck Radio Program," another show called "Pat & Stu" hosted by Stu Burguiere and Pat Gray, and audio simulcasts of shows by TheBlaze TV, Glenn Beck's media enterprise.

According to the company, "TheBlaze now combines one of the world’s largest subscription streaming video networks, a website that generates over 9 million unique visitors per month, a radio network, a curated marketplace platform to help local small businesses reach consumers across the country and a monthly magazine."

"The Blaze Radio Network" is scheduled to launch later this month.

The press release is here.

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