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The next phase of former Fox News star Tucker Carlson’s career is about to begin, according to a report published this week.
Reuters reported that Carlson, along with Neil Patel, both of whom co-founded The Daily Caller, is preparing to launch a subscriber-based media service after the bugs are worked out of the system.
“We’ve opened our site for membership pre-sales,” Patel told the newswire. “Once we are comfortable that all of the systems are running well, launch and brand release will follow.”
This launch has been in the works for months.
According to Axios in July, “Carlson has struck an ad deal worth more than $1 million with PublicSq, an online marketplace for companies with conservative values, two sources familiar with the agreement told” the outlet.
“Omeed Malik, the chief executive and chairman of the board of the blank check company looking to take PublicSq public this month, is also planning to invest in Carlson’s company, sources told Axios,” the outlet reported.
Malik intends to invest a significant amount, ranging from…
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