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    Tucker Carlson Scores Seven-Figure Ad Deal for His Twitter Show: Report

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    Tucker Carlson, the former host of a prominent Fox News program, has secured a substantial advertising contract for his latest endeavor, a Twitter-hosted show.

    According to a report from CNBC, sources familiar with the matter revealed that Carlson has entered into a lucrative advertising agreement with Public Square, a shopping app that positions itself as a platform for conservative individuals to challenge “environmental, social, and governance policies.”

    While Carlson’s representatives have yet to comment on the agreement, this development suggests that he intends to attract advertisers seeking a larger platform for their conservative messages who share his views.

    After leaving Fox News in April, Tucker Carlson launched his own program, “Tucker on Twitter,” which has attracted a substantial audience.

    Last year, Carlson’s Fox News program generated a staggering $77.5 million in advertising revenue.

    His departure from the network coincided with the network’s parent company resolving a defamation lawsuit with Dominion Voting Systems, in which he played a prominent role, for $787,5 million.

    Carlson has emerged as an even more outspoken conservative voice on Twitter than during his Fox primetime program.

    Recently, he was criticized for harboring Andrew Tate, a social media personality accused of human trafficking by Romanian investigators.

    According to reports, Fox News sent Carlson a cease-and-desist letter as his Twitter following grew after he left the network.

    According to Axios, Carlson is still under contract with Fox, and his content will remain exclusive to the company until December 31, 2024.

    Carlson’s staff responded to the letter with a statement affirming his refusal to be silenced.

    Public Square, the advertising partner of Carlson’s program, appears to be a good fit for his conservative views.

    CNBC reported that Public Square CEO Michael Seifert stated the company’s intent to challenge Environmental, Social, and Governance policies, which have been scrutinized by Republican legislators, right-leaning officials, and conservative media figures.

    Seifert has emphasized the need for an alternative economic ecosystem in opposition to what he perceived to be corrupt and economically damaging philosophies.

    The advertisements for Public Square are anticipated to begin airing on the Carlson program in late August.

    More on this story via The Western Journal:

    Notably, Public Square plans to go public on the New York Stock Exchange “through a merger with Colombier Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company.” This merger is anticipated to provide substantial funding to Public Square, enabling its growth and expansion. CONTINUE READING…

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