The 48-year-old conservative radio host, who left Fox News in April, brought in $10 million a year from the company in 2007.
“The Glenn Beck Program” celebrated its 10th anniversary in national radio syndication this year and is the third-highest-rated radio show in the United States.
“Since we began our relationship 10 years ago, Glenn has not only built an incredible connection to his audience on multiple platforms, but has also established himself as a true talent and visionary,” Julie Talbott, the president of Premiere Networks stated.
“We’re incredibly proud of the continued growth and success of our partnership with Glenn and Mercury Radio Arts, and look forward to working together for many more years to come.”
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