I've never seen the Glenn Beck Show. I've seen him on O'Rielly. I've seen him on specials, like last Saturday. I wondered why that was, so I checked the TV listings. Maybe it's different farther East but on the West Coast, he's on at 2PM and they don't replay him until 11PM. That's pretty sucky for him. O'Rielly gets 5 and 8, Hannity gets 6 and 9, Greta gets 7 and 10.
What does this tell us about who Fox thinks is watching Glenn. Bored housewives, old people, the unemployed, night owls? It occurs to me that the lack of advertisers for Glenn's show may have a lot more to do with the audience demographics, as a potential consumer base, than any ideological objection.
I would probably watch Glenn Beck if he was on when I was watching. Whether you agree with him or not, he's entertaining. An effeminate Mormon man, talking about patriotism and traditional American values is original, if nothing else. I may never see his actual show. The times are too weird. Why is Fox doing this? It's not a mistake. Scheduling is always very carefully considered by broadcasters. Maybe all of Glenn's viewers have TiVo.