"I just don't buy the YouTube game anymore," said Rubin, after citing problems with the platform over free speech.
"We have to be ubiquitous," responded Beck.
Rubin explained that BlazeTV paid subscribers would receive early access to video episodes of The Rubin Report. Rubin's current subscribers will receive an extended trial to BlazeTV.
The comedian often recounts his journey from a left leaning progressive to a free-thinking libertarian, and cites the dangerous level of political correctness and groupthink of the modern left-wing movement. He also has a degree in political science.
In addition to the agreement with BlazeTV, Rubin announced that he was working to create an app for a membership subscription to his show.
Rubin's YouTube channel has garnered more than 222 million views.
"Dave is an exceptional talent, who - especially at a time when honest conservative and independent voices are being censored or shadow banned - has made invaluable contributions to the national conversation by conducting honest and thoughtful interviews on his weekly program The Rubin Report," said Blaze Media CEO Tyler Cardon. "Dave has been a friend of the network for years, and we couldn't be more thrilled to bring his content to our rapidly expanding audience."
Here's the video of the announcement:
Dave Rubin Returns To The Grid After 33 Days! Glenn Beck Guest Hosts | POLITICS | Rubin Reportyoutu.be