Mark Levin launches subscription TV program

Popular radio talk show host and author Mark Levin is launching a subscription television program starting March 7.  Mark comments:

I am thrilled we are expanding our Town Hall meeting place for patriots by taking TV broadcasting to a new level on multiple platforms where I will speak directly to my audience -- uncensored, without middlemen, and commercial free. I make no excuses for my patriotism, I am proud of it, and LevinTV will reflect it. It’s about time there is a place on television where people can go and have their principles, beliefs, and values reinforced rather than attacked.

The official site of the show is here, where you may watch a preview trailer and subscribe.  A year’s subscription will cost $59 ($4.92 a month), while a monthly subscription will be $7.99.

I wish Mark great success with his new venture.  Advertising-supported media are declining across the board, while subscription-supported media are proliferating.  This seems to me to be one of the most important and least noted media trends of our times.

Popular radio talk show host and author Mark Levin is launching a subscription television program starting March 7.  Mark comments:

I am thrilled we are expanding our Town Hall meeting place for patriots by taking TV broadcasting to a new level on multiple platforms where I will speak directly to my audience -- uncensored, without middlemen, and commercial free. I make no excuses for my patriotism, I am proud of it, and LevinTV will reflect it. It’s about time there is a place on television where people can go and have their principles, beliefs, and values reinforced rather than attacked.

The official site of the show is here, where you may watch a preview trailer and subscribe.  A year’s subscription will cost $59 ($4.92 a month), while a monthly subscription will be $7.99.

I wish Mark great success with his new venture.  Advertising-supported media are declining across the board, while subscription-supported media are proliferating.  This seems to me to be one of the most important and least noted media trends of our times.