Since Glenn Beck and Fox News parted ways last year, you might be under the impression that his star has receded from the national political conversation — if only because Jon Stewart and his Daily Show writers no longer use him as a daily punching bag. But Beck’s morning radio show remains a force, with ratings up nearly 50 percent from five years ago, and routinely trails only Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity in listeners.
Today, his company, Mercury Radio Arts, renewed its deal with Clear Channel’s Premium Networks for five more years. Financial details have not been disclosed, but a source close to the parties involved told the New York Times that the deal could be worth up to $100 million for Beck. READ FULL STORY