On the heels of earning a lifetime contract for his popular radio program, conservative talk radio host Mark Levin will launch a subscription-based, commercial-free online television program next month.

“LevinTV will be America’s new televised town hall meeting and is the next step in the evolution of digital conservative media,” Conservative Review, who is launching the new effort, said in a statement.

Conservative radio host Mark Levin speaks at a 'Cut Spending Now' rally at the conservative Americans for Prosperity (AFP) 'Defending the American Dream Summit' in Washington on November 5, 2011. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)

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“I have the greatest audience in the world and I give them my best every night. I am thrilled we are expanding our town hall meeting place for patriots, by taking TV broadcasting to a new level on multiple platforms where I will speak directly to my audience — uncensored, without middlemen, and commercial free,” Levin said in a statement.

Levin, who is a six-time New York Times best-selling author and the editor-in-chief of the Conservative Review, said the new show will emphasize “pro-American and patriotic values.”

“I make no excuses for my patriotism, I am proud of it, and LevinTV will reflect it. It’s about time there is a place on television where people can go and have their principles, beliefs, and values reinforced rather than attacked,” Levin said.

The show, which premieres March 7, will include discussion about history, economics, philosophy and current events, along with long-form interviews, the statement said.

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