The conservative media company that owns BlazeTV has quietly been developing an enormous subscriber base, a direct danger to any digital TELEVISION effort being floated by President Trump and his allies, sources tell Axios.
By the numbers: Blaze Media– which was created as an outcome of the 2018 merger between The Blaze, a pay-TV network established by Glenn Beck, and CRTV, an online subscription network that owns Conservative Review– now has 450,00 0 paid subscribers to BlazeTV, paying typically $102 a year.
The big picture: Blaze Media’s organization design offers a blueprint for how to develop an effective partisan media network with little overhead, in a post-cable world.
- BlazeTV, the OTT channel, is the foundation of the business. The business also runs a sizable podcast platform, the Blaze Podcast Network, which caters to personalities that currently have huge radio and social media followings, like Mark Levin and Glenn Beck.
- The company likewise has a 24/ 7 digital TELEVISION channel called Live, which is available to BlazeTV customers and is also readily available on ViacomCBS’ free streaming channel Pluto TELEVISION. Its digital linear radio stream, Blaze Radio, is available on its site and on the