Apple Podcasts has removed all episodes of “The Glenn Beck Program” — at least 1,000 episodes — and the conservative host says he’s in the dark about the reason why.
“All of my podcasts have been removed from Apple/iTunes with no explanation,” Beck posted Wednesday on X (aka Twitter).
Reps for Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In a video uploaded to X, Beck said he received a message from Apple that said, “We found an issue with your show, ‘The Glenn Beck Program,’ which must be resolved before it’s available on Apple Podcasts. Your show has been removed from Apple Podcasts.” He continued, “They sent us a link and said, ‘For more details, go to the link.’ And the link only says your show has been removed from Apple Podcasts. Well, we got that one dummy.”
Beck, host of the nationally syndicated radio show and co-founder of Blaze Media, said in the video that “I cannot imagine what they are… basing this one on,” adding that Apple did not give him any advance warning that his show may have run afoul of the tech giant’s policies in some way. “I have a feeling these ‘issues’ with @Apple and others will keep happening the more we’re over the target,” Beck wrote on X.
“The Glenn Beck Program” podcast remains available on his BlazeTV service, as well as Spotify, YouTube, Stitcher and other platforms.
According to the description of the podcast, the show delivers “storytelling, insight and compelling perspective on American culture and politics. Glenn Beck’s quick wit, candid opinions and engaging personality have made this one of the most popular radio programs in America.”
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