Conservative author Michelle Malkin announced Monday she was leaving CRTV after the organization merged with Glenn Beck’s The Blaze.
“I am so proud of the investigative journalism I did for CRTV,” Malkin said to her 2.14 million followers. “So many heroes, so many compelling stories. I will not be continuing with the company, but wish my colleagues all the best.”
I am so proud of the investigative journalism I did for #CRTV -- so many heroes, so many compelling stories. I will not be continuing with the company, but wish my colleagues all the best.— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) December 4, 2018
The Blaze and CRTV announced on Monday that they were merging to create Blaze Media. Both say the move will allow the new conservative entity to reach 165 million people via television, online and on social media. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The Blaze was founded by former Fox News host Glenn Beck in 2011, not long after he parted ways with the network, while CRTV was founded in 2014 by current Fox News host Mark Levin, who also hosts a nationally syndicated radio program.
In addition to Levin, hosts at CRTV include co-founder of Vice Media Gavin McInnes, Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty,” former Fox News host Eric Bolling and Deneen Borelli.
The Hill has reached out to Malkin for comment.