‘The corporate media lied too much. And it killed them’: Tucker Carlson launches subscription streaming service

Tucker Carlson, a conservative media figure who started releasing videos on social media earlier this year after his popular Fox News Channel program was suddenly nixed, has announced the launch of a company, the Tucker Carlson Network, a subscription streaming service that costs $72 per year for an annual subscription or $9 per month for a monthly subscription.

“The corporate media lied too much. And it killed them,” Carlson declared in a video posted on the TCN X account.

“We’ve decided that we need something new. Something relentlessly honest that the corporate gatekeepers can’t touch,” Carlson noted in another video.

“There’s only one solution to a propaganda spiral like the one we’re living through, and it’s telling the truth about the things that matter — clearly and without fear. That’s our job. We plan to do it every day, no matter what,” text on the website reads.

Carlson, who has been posting content on X, told Megyn Kelly during an appearance on her program that “the X stuff is not going away,” noting that he has “been amazed by what a great platform it’s been.”

One of the benefits for members of Carlson’s platform will be an “Ask Tucker” section where people can pose questions for Carlson to answer. “People often ask Tucker for personal advice. Now, as a member, you can ask him any question — and he’ll respond,” the website states.

People are already signing up for Carlson’s new platform.

“Just signed up for @TCNetwork. At six bucks a month, it’s cheaper than a pint at my favorite pub,” J Michael Waller tweeted.

“I subscribed to @TuckerCarlson⁩ new project and you should too,” Julie Kelly posted.

Correction: The story originally stated that the streaming service “costs $6 per month for an annual subscription,” but the annual subscription is actually billed yearly at $72.

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