Tucker Carlson launching his own streaming service

Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has unveiled his upcoming streaming service, the Tucker Carlson Network (TCN), set to officially launch on Monday. Subscribers will be charged $9 per month, with a promotional price of $6 per month initially.

The platform promises unlimited access to five new shows, speeches, films, and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from Carlson, along with the opportunity for weekly Q&A sessions.

For an annual fee of $72, TCN’s “founding members” will gain additional perks, including hours of exclusive members-only content hosted by Carlson, limited-edition merchandise, and a bonus free month added to their subscription.

US subscribers can also opt to purchase the “official 2023 Tucker Carlson Christmas ornament” for $25, crafted by the artisans of Wendell August Forge, a century-old American company.

Tucker Carlson’s streaming venture marks his return to the media landscape after being dismissed from Fox News Channel in April, concluding a decade-long tenure.

Earlier in June, he initiated “Tucker on X,” a show on the Elon Musk-owned social media platform, X.

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