Glenn Beck has his eye on a former Dallas mega-church for the GBTV's new home.
The Southlake Journal detailed Beck's interest in the city's former Gateway Church. The Church moved to a new, larger space last year. The 60,774-square-foot building includes an auditorium that seats 1,700 people. The Southlake Journal reported that Beck "submitted a zoning change to convert the building into space for GBTV.com and other Glenn Beck media."
Beck moved to Texas after his departure from Fox News earlier this year. Beck indicated that he would build offices there for his new network GBTV and maintain his offices in New York. Beck's network debuted online in mid September. At the time, The Wall Street Journal reported that Beck had over 230,000 subscribers. Viewers can pay $5 to access Beck's new show or $10 to access all of the network's programming including the children's show "Liberty Treehouse."
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