Tucker Carlson Launches Brand New Streaming ‘Tucker Carlson Network’

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Tucker Carlson, the former Fox News host, made his official transition to paid content with the introduction of his own subscription streaming service. The big announcement followed months of video posting on X.

On Monday, the Tucker Carlson Network service went live. Multiple types of programming, such as interviews, short-form videos, and monologues, will be featured on it.

Tucker Carlson Network, denoted by a red pill logo, will be initially accessible exclusively via Carlson’s website for $9 per month, or $72 per year.

A portion of the content will be accessible without requiring a subscription but will be supported by advertisements.

However, certain interviews and monologues will be exclusive to subscribers and will be available without any advertisements.

In the spring, following his contentious departure from Fox News, Tucker Carlson debuted a program on X, which was formerly referred to as Twitter.

Carlson and his team considered launching TCN through X, but according to sources with knowledge of the situation, the organization failed to develop the necessary technology to operate a subscription service in time.

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