Glenn Beck‘s CNN Headline News show will be called “Glenn Beck,” the network announced today. The press release calls it a “topical talk show” and an “unconventional look at the news of the day featuring Beck’s unique and often amusing perspective.”
“Segments will include ‘Beck’s Notes,’ a tongue-in-cheek overview of a story making news; ‘Real America,’ which tells the stories of ordinary Americans overcoming extraordinary obstacles; ‘Ask Glenn,’ in which Glenn dispenses ‘advice’ to e-mailers on a range of topics; and the ‘Quality of Life Index,’ a stock market-like segment on how the newsmakers of the day affect Americans’ quality of life.” Look for “in-studio guests, man-on-the-street interviews,” and “reports from special contributors.”
Conway Cliff is the program’s EP. “Most recently Cliff served as senior executive producer and a senior member of the unit charged with helping create and produce new prime-time programming concepts.”
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