Tucker Carlson Launches Subscription Streaming Platform

(TargetDailyNews.com) – Tucker Carlson announced the development of a new broadcasting venture he’s calling the Tucker Carlson Network. He made the announcement in a video post to X (Twitter). Carlson has had extreme success garnering views on his videos posted to Musk’s X, each of his 40-some episodes has millions of views.

He joked that the past year of unemployment had allowed him time to produce many videos and also record some unreleased content which will debut on the platform. He directed folks to TuckerCarlson.com where much of the content is already available. For $9/month – or $6/month, if you sign up a year in advance – you can access all the content and be able to send Tucker and his team messages that may appear on his future shows.

The development follows his ouster from Fox News where he had an incredibly successful nightly news show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” The departure shocked a lot of his viewers and many weren’t happy about the development.

The news followed that his not-quite firing was part of Fox’s settlement with Dominion Voting Systems. Dominion successfully sued Fox for defamation, and they settled to the tune of $787.5 million. Carlson’s removal was a verbal component of the agreement and as such did not show up in any court documents, according to an exclusive report from Variety.

Carlson’s ouster from the network followed his revelation of previously concealed footage from January 6th which showed infamous Qanon Shaman Jacob Chansley being led around the building by police, who opened locked doors and seemingly escorted him around as if he was a VIP. Shortly after Carlson’s reporting, Chansley was freed from federal prison.

Carlson’s interviews on X have been wildly popular. He recently interviewed Alex Jones, an infamous conspiracy theorist who regularly lays out his interpretations of news articles and writings from the minds of the establishment elite on his program, InfoWars. Jones was banned from Twitter earlier under Jack Dorsey, but after the interview with Carlson, Elon Musk posted a poll wherein 70% of respondents approved Jones’ return to the platform. His account was reinstated shortly thereafter.

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