Starting in December, conservatives will have a new (digital) TV network to watch: CRTV, or Conservative Review Television.
Conservative Review is an influential conservative website which features contributors like Steve Deace, Daniel Horowitz, Michelle Malkin, and editor-in-chief Mark Levin. It has been focused on written media, but they are now expanding Mark Levin’s LevinTV, which will become part of CRTV. Existing memberships to LevinTV will be transferred.
As a LevinTV viewer, I expect more of the same from Levin: great depth, knowledge, and historic perspective. Michelle Malkin will be hosting an investigative show; she has tweeted a sneak peek:
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 24, 2016
Gimme more of that, please!
With the huge success of LevinTV launched earlier this year, we decided to accelerate plans. We know people have rejected liberal media bias and there is an enormous demand for straight, bold, conservative talk and they will get it here from a wide variety of talent. This is much bigger than any of us. It is about our beloved audience.
This is a movement with millions of liberty lovers who know cable TV content doesn’t square with their world-view. Proudly conservative in content, CRTV will allow popular personalities, presenting scholarly thought, culture to comedy, the liberty to be themselves. And, viewers will have the freedom to consume straightforward, candid, unfiltered, commercial-free, content whenever and wherever they want.
This is something I’m truly excited about. This election campaign has truly been horrible, but we finally have something to look forward to. Thank God.
CRTV will start airing in December. The fee is certainly affordable: only $99 for a year. And if you sign up now, you pay only $89.