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Tucker Carlson Launches His Own Streaming Service


According to reports from The Wall Street Journal and the Hollywood Reporter, the streaming service is expected to go live on Monday. Sources mention that Carlson initially explored launching the service through X, but the technology required to support a streaming platform was not developed quickly enough.

In a video announcement on Saturday, Carlson shared, “We’ve been out of work for seven or eight months now. Hard to know, time flies when you’re unemployed. But actually, we’ve been working in secret and producing an awful lot of material for months now — interviews, and more… We’re launching a brand-new thing very soon.”

While launching his streaming service, Carlson will continue to post clips on X and other social networks, ensuring that his content reaches his existing followers. This move comes after Fox News parted ways with Carlson in April. The network settled a defamation lawsuit with Dominion Voting Systems and reportedly discovered an inflammatory text sent by Carlson, leading to his exit.

It’s worth noting that Fox News’ parent company, Fox Corp., shares common ownership with parent News Corp.


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