Coming soon to an Internet connection near you: Glenn Beck television, or GBTV as it will officially be called.
On Tuesday, the conservative firebrand unveiled the latest details of his long-rumored Web venture, which will become the new home of his talk show after he departs Fox News at the end of this month.
The most noteworthy nuggets: Beck will charge subscribers $5 a month to watch his two-hour show, and another $5 if they want to sample the other news and entertainment programs GBTV plans to air.
Exactly what that other programming will be remains unclear, however. The GBTV website promises subscribers who pony up the extra cash access to a “fully produced broadcast” of Beck’s existing three-hour radio show, along with “exclusive documentaries” and “more great features.”