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TheBlaze (magazine)

Editor In Chief Scott Baker[1]
Categories News magazine
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Glenn Beck[2]
First issue 2010
Company TheBlaze
Mercury Radio Arts
Country United States
Based in New York, NY
Language English
ISSN 1930-7322

TheBlaze (titled Fusion before September 2012) is a monthly Paleolibertarian news magazine published by Mercury Radio Arts and TheBlaze in New York City, New York and circulated throughout the United States. The former title, Fusion, was taken from Beck's talk radio progarm's slogan, "The Fusion of Entertainment and Enlightenment." The editor in chief is Scott Baker.[3]

The magazine is sixteen pages and is published monthly except for February and August. It features several recurring items, including "Stu's 3rd to Last Page," and "By the Numbers" (a listing of trivial facts related to the issue). Other articles deal with politics, pop culture, and society, and are generally written with humorous intent. Some issues have themes (Halloween, Valentine's Day, etc.) that most of the articles adhere to.

Those who attended the 2005 Glenn Beck: On Ice tour received the premiere issue (July 2005), featuring a puppet-like replication of Beck ice skating with training wheels on the cover.

Contributing editors credited in the magazine (and responsible for most of the written content) include: Kevin Balfe, Liz Julis, Pat Balfe, Ted Bell, John Bobey, Rick Bovay, Sam Boykin, Stu Burguiere, Evan Cutler, Steve Helling, Timothy Hogan, Scott Mendenhall, Eric D. Snider, and Jason Wright.

Contributing artists include: Eric Armusik, Neal Aspinall, Marty Elliot, Aaron McKinney, Scott Mendenhall, Paul Nunn, and Kerstin Vodges. features "exclusive reporting, in-depth features and unique insight and analysis".[4] It is available in two versions, digital and print.[5] The digital version is online, from any computer.[6] The print version is mailed by U.S. mail.[7]


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External links

  • Official website

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