Glenn Beck, the former KC101-FM morning host (with Vinnie Penn) who went on to a lucrative career in talk radio as a conservative commentator and entertainer, may be headed for Fox News Channel.
It's a perfect fit, of course, instead of (CNN)Headline News, where Beck's conservative rants were slightly out of place.
At the Republican news network (Fox), he will blend in seamlessly with the likes of Brit Hume, Chris Wallace, Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity, strident GOP apologists and cheerleaders.
Word is the show will run from 5-6 p.m. weeknights starting in the spring, but there's been no confirmation yet.
Beck's show draws between 375,000 and 485,000 viewers weeknights on CNN. He also has a nationally syndicated radio show.