Glenn Beck will be moving his TV presence from CNN Headline News to Fox News next spring. He will continue to do his national radio show. Beck will host FOX News Channel’s (FNC) 5 PM/ET weekday program as well as a weekend show on the network. Beck’s talker on Headline News has grown more than 200% in viewership in both the 7pm and 9pm timeslots since its 2006 debut.
Prior to his television career, Beck served as a talk radio show host at WFLA-AM in Tampa, FL where he took his program to number one within his first year there. He began his radio career in Corpus Christi, Texas as the youngest Top 40 morning show disc jockey in America at 18 years of age. Beck later moved on to become a top 40 disc jockey in major markets around the country, including Houston, Washington, DC, Baltimore, Phoenix and New Haven, CT.