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Tucker Carlson Launches His Own Streaming Service


“Tucker Carlson is launching his own subscription streaming service, the former Fox News host’s official foray into paid content after months of posting videos on X,” the Wall Street Journal reports.

“The service, Tucker Carlson Network, is expected to go live on Monday… It will be home to at least five different shows by midweek, they said, including interviews, short-form videos and monologues.”

“Tucker Carlson Network, whose logo resembles a red pill, will cost $9 a month—or $72 a year—and will initially be solely available through Carlson’s website… Some of the content will be available without a subscription and will be ad-supported, while some interviews and monologues will be available exclusively to subscribers, who will have access to that content without ads.”

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