Glenn Beck‘s show could begin airing on Fox News Channel earlier than planned. When Beck left Headline News last month, it was announced his show would premiere on FNC in the spring. But insiders tell us the show could launch in January. We’re told Beck has been released from his Headline News contract.
Bill O’Reilly thinks it’s going to happen. On The Factor last night, O’Reilly introduced Beck as “our brand new Fox News contributor and radio star Glenn Beck who will be anchoring an FNC program in January.”
Beck was on the show to promote his new book, “The Christmas Sweater.” He’ll be on Fox’s The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet tomorrow morning.
> Update: 12:33pm Wednesday — FNC anchor Jon Scott: “Glenn Beck, whose new show starts here on Fox News Channel in mid-January…”
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