Conservative CRTV to Launch in December Led by Mark Levin, Michelle Malkin, Mark Steyn

By Michael W. Chapman | November 7, 2016 | 12:10 PM EST

(Screenshot: CRTV)

(CNSNews.com) – CRTV, a new digital network filled with conservative news content, investigative reports, commentary, special guests, interviews, and comedy, goes online in December led by conservatives Mark Levin, Michelle Malkin and Mark Steyn.

Contrary to the pervasive liberal media at the networks, on cable, and online, CRTV will provide “honest and informative conservative content,” said Las Vegas-based CRTV in a press release.

Levin, Malkin, and Steyn “will share their knowledge, insightful and powerful ideas, stories and entertainment that cannot be found anywhere on television,” said the company.  

Chris Crane, the chief content officer for CRTV, said, “We have partnered with the best thinkers and storytellers out there and given each the resources to design their own show in their own voice on their own custom set reflective of each of their personalities.”

“When CRTV officially launches in December 2016, subscribers will be able to access new and original shows in development from Michelle Malkin and Mark Steyn, joining Mark Levin’s highly successful Levin TV®,” said Crane.

LevinTV will be joined by the programs Michelle Malkin Investigates and The Mark Steyn Show.  

“With the huge success of LevinTV launched earlier this year, we decided to accelerate plans,” said Mark Levin, best selling author, nationally syndicated radio host, and the host of LevinTV.  

“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,” he said.  “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,” said Levin. “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.” 

(Screenshot: CRTV) 

Like Levin, Michelle Malkin is a best selling author. She also writes a syndicated column and is a social media pioneer. 

“I’m excited to join CRTV -- soon to be a leader in the digital media world,” said Malkin. “We plan to deliver news-breaking, substantive content to an underserved audience.”

“After years of digging deep for the truth and uncovering hidden scandals, I look forward to my over 2 million social media followers being able to watch my original show direct and unfiltered,” she said.

Mark Steyn is a best selling author, a Top Five jazz recording artist, and a popular guest host of The Rush Limbaugh Show. His writing on politics and culture has been published in myriad news outlets in the United States and abroad.  

Commenting on his upcoming program on CRTV, Steyn said, "In this day and age of news lacking substance and entertainment lacking style, I'm honored to join two of my favorite writers Mark Levin and Michelle Malkin at CRTV where the content always come first."

The commercial-free CRTV can be ordered for one year for $99.00. Monthly subscriptions cost $12.00. (Consumers who order before December can purchase a year’s subscription for $89.00.)

In its press release, CRTV states it is “your source for the most thought-provoking personalities and conservative ideas that are not available from traditional media outlets…. CRTV is developing the best programming – advocating freedom and liberty – that is delivered directly to viewers – when and where they want it. For more information, visit www.CRTV.com.”


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Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman