Glenn Beck on GBTV Internet Channel, Premiered September 12

By on Sep 13, 2011 in Entertainment, Internet, Politics, United States Comments

Glenn Beck on GBTV
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Conservative radio commentator, Glenn Beck, launched his Glenn Beck on Television (GBTV) Internet channel on September 12, 2011, as revealed by GBTV’s site.

According to reports, GBTV is Glenn Beck’s HD Video Network, which will feature everything about him, from his daily radio program, documentaries, news and behind- the- scenes shows. Subscribers can also watch them through multiple devices, live and on demand.

After Beck’s Fox News show ended on June 30, 2011, GBTV is now taking its place to allow Beck’s fans to be able to listen to him once again.

Reportedly, during the premiere of Glenn Beck’s GBTV, it featured 9/11 responders and Muslims, in which Beck allegedly expressed anger that the clergy weren’t invited and that the memorial lights did not shine long enough.

While Beck’s fans consider him as a “defender of America’s traditional values,” his critics say that he allegedly resorted to “provocative language for ratings.”

Based on additional reports of the Washington Times, Glenn Beck’s GBTV has 230,000 subscribers, which are more than the subscribers of Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network.



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