Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee is starting a news publication set to launch in January.
ABC News reports that the “Huckabee Post” will run stories on a variety of topics, including politics, sports and pop culture. Huckabee, who recently announced he’s considering a run for president in 2016, quit the radio world after producing his audio broadcast on Dec. 12.
Huckabee’s son, David Huckabee, confirmed the “Huckabee Post” news to ABC. He called it a “natural extension and expansion” of Huckabee’s commentary on the Internet and via other media outlets. Huckabee also hosts a Fox News Channel show, “Huckabee,” which airs Saturday nights and offers the former politician a forum for political commentary.
The media blog Mediaite first reported on a Craigslist ad for Huckabee Post reporting positions in New York and D.C. last week. The ad refers to the website as a “new and exciting online news publication covering news on politics, US, international, media, sports, and other general news.”