Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2008. He hosts "Glenn Beck," Monday through Friday from 5-6 p.m. ET. Beck's signature program breaks down and examines various stories and topics through the lens of his unique libertarian perspective.

Beck also hosts a nationally syndicated radio show ("The Glenn Beck Program") which is heard in over 300 cities and is one of the highest-rated national talk shows among adults ages 25 to 54. In 2008, Beck won the Marconi Radio Award for Network Syndicated Radio Personality of the Year.

Prior to joining FNC, he served as the host of "Glenn Beck," a talk show on CNN’s Headline News which grew more than 200 percent in viewership in both the 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. timeslots during its tenure from 2006 to 2008. While at Headline News, Beck secured many interviews including Senator John McCain, Governor Sarah Palin, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili and Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff.

His career began as a talk radio show host at WFLA-AM in Tampa, FL where he took his program to number one within his first year there. He was the youngest Top 40 morning show disc jockey in America at 18 years of age and moved on to become a top 40 disc jockey in major markets throughout the country, including Houston, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Phoenix and New Haven, CT.

Beck has written three New York Times best-sellers including "The Real America: Messages from the Heart and the Heartland," "An Inconvenient Book" and "The Christmas Sweater." He is also the founder and editor of the comedy magazine Fusion which is a "fusion of entertainment and enlightenment."