New York Magazine reports:
With it looking increasingly unlikely Donald Trump will be heading to the White House, the prospect that he will partner with his campaign CEO, Breitbart executive chair Steve Bannon, to launch a Trump TV network seems more and more probable. In the meantime, the right-wing website is staffing up with potential on-air talent.
On Monday, Breitbart plans to announce that former Red Sox pitcher and Trump supporter Curt Schilling will begin hosting a daily online radio show featuring political commentary and calls from listeners. The broadcast will eventually include a video livestream.
Schilling’s jump to Breitbart will give him a national platform as he prepares to challenge Elizabeth Warren for her Senate seat in 2018. And for Bannon, it offers a chance to lock down talent for a post-election venture with Trump. While Trump could launch his own independent media company, partnering with Breitbart represents a potentially less-risky strategy.
— SI Extra Mustard (@SI_ExtraMustard) October 22, 2016
Yay! Curt Schilling finally found his forever home, finally taken in by Steve Bannon at Breitbart’s house for problem drinking anger bears. pic.twitter.com/PpMOPN9VVT— Frank & Steinly (@goddamnedfrank) October 24, 2016