November 09, 2015

"The Ezra Levant Show" STARTS Tuesday, November 10 at 8pm!

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

November 10 will be the world premiere of's first “real" TV show — The Ezra Levant Show!

Starting tomorrow (Tuesday), the show will go up every weekday at 8pm ET, 6pm MT, here at

As with all of our videos, you can go online and watch it whenever you like — no need to race to the TV set at a certain time, or set your PVR.

And you can watch it on your computer, your phone, or even on a regular TV set if you click on our YouTube page through a service like Apple TV.

The format of our new show is similar to my old show at the Sun News Network — I’ll open with a monologue, we’ll interview great guests, and we’ll end with viewer feedback.

This is all possible thanks to our generous viewers who helped crowdfund our studio. We gave you a sneak-preview of the studio on Election Night, but now we’re going to use it for real.

Please watch the show, and let me know what you think of it. We’re going to start simple, and grow, so I’m very much interested in how to improve it each day. Please give us feedback right on the website of each episode!

As you know, we plan to eventually put The Ezra Levant Show, and other TV-style shows, in a special area of our website for members only. The rest of our website — the short videos and news stories that we’ve been doing for eight months — will always be free for everyone. Eventually, probably in the new year, our long-form shows will be available like Netflix, for $8/month.

I’ll be candid — I’m hoping you love the shows so much over the next few months when they’re free, that you sign up when we make them members only!

In the meantime, tune in Tuesday night — I hope you enjoy the show, and I look forward to hearing your feedback!



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commented 2015-11-12 02:20:38 -0500
Ezra, I offer a comment (although, like most, I did not watch the video), keep up the good work!
commented 2015-11-11 01:07:30 -0500
Great Show Ezra. I am watching it from Aruba. Congratulations on your first hour program.
commented 2015-11-11 01:05:25 -0500
Good show Ezra, but why is it I always have trouble hearing you and Brian—you need better audio.
re Turdeau; I fear for our country—how could Canadians be so embarrassingly stupid!
commented 2015-11-10 23:24:20 -0500
Making it sound like he’s got a new TV show, and its just a YOUTUBE page that he’s started! LOL!
Where he will be uploading his little daily videos to….just like 500 Million other people do on YOUTUBE! LOL
LMAO!!! This guy is as a transparent and fake as a 3$ Bill. TOO FUNNY!
commented 2015-11-10 23:11:06 -0500
I missed it! is there a replay somewhere on the net?
commented 2015-11-10 22:40:36 -0500
Great 1st show Ezra! Keep it up and we’ll be voting for you the next federal erection!! You’d be a super great PM.

It would be really interesting if you would do some research and editorial on the HARRP project the mad scientists of the USA have been playing with. A book written years ago by a Dr. Babich (spelling may not be rite), a scientist who worked on the early HARRP project explained a lot of plans for this “experiment” dealing with climate modifications. We hear nothing of this project – other than Global Warming propaganda.
Climate has been changing for thousands of years – long before mankind learned how to drive cars. It’s just getting to be a very sickening noise to hear all the BS about this topic and then having to PAY for the BS!;ylt=A0SO82Fwt0JWYuEAe2PrFAx.;ylu=X3oDMTEza2Fkc2ZrBGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwMyBHZ0aWQDVklQNjI2XzEEc2VjA3Nj?p=HARRP&…&l=612&vid=3944c6d417ad8341e23c28f14808d8aa&sigr=11bt750b4&sigb=12bla02uc&sigt=11v897vfi&sigi=123a6id69
Sorry I did not create that address!! Well worth the watch and study of HARRP.
commented 2015-11-10 22:11:17 -0500
Congratulations on a great debut show… and welcome back! I see the leftist trolls have already descended on The Rebel with their usual talking points and standard vitriol, eliminating any doubts as to whether this program was on the right track. If rebel media could only collect a dollar for every time a liberal says “no one cares” or “nobody is watching” over the next couple years – the entire project would be fully funded! Keep up the good work and necessary fight for Canada.
commented 2015-11-10 22:06:38 -0500
BTW Jack, nice cut and paste from the Huff
commented 2015-11-10 22:01:17 -0500
Comment disabled, to my (really not) surprise mine got disabled. Enjoy the freedom of expression this site gives you. I really think 150 mil would have been better spent here
commented 2015-11-10 21:58:10 -0500
C’mon Jack. At least on this site you get to express your opinion, whatever it may be. It is always contrarian to the subject that is presented, but it gets posted. Couple of days ago I put a comment on the CBC site "Can’t believe you said Christmas and it didn’t get
commented 2015-11-10 21:53:26 -0500
Ezra, congratulations to you and your team for a great first effort. Need some work on the sound and lighting, but looking forward to the growth of this new format. God knows we need at least one voice that can be heard above the continuous tongue baths the lame stream media is giving the annointed one.
commented 2015-11-10 21:39:59 -0500
Yo Jackie boy, you’re posting to the wrong comment section again, how many times does your MD have to tell you to take the meds regularly, and at the proper dosage. Please man, take care of yourself. Haven’t you heard the health care system is totally stressed already. But being loving, caring, understanding, patient conservatives, we will try to help as much as we can. Post away my friend. You have already signed up for the members section have you ?
commented 2015-11-10 21:38:23 -0500
Great job Ezra, and staff! Now can you find something for that Brian, whutt’s his name, to do? I miss the whole team.
Sign me up for the $8 per month stuff. Can’t comment in the London Free Press anymore, and I don’t use Facebook.
commented 2015-11-10 21:26:53 -0500
Finally, something to watch while eating dinner (out west). Have to get your wiz bang tech people to improve the audio however. Hope Brian and Sheila get their kick at the cat and Lauren and Joshua and Theo and Holly and of course the Menzoid. Love to see a one on one with Igal Hecht. And duh, Matt & Jason (sorry guys just had to change it up) need to have guest appearances. They put anything CBC has to offer to shame. And if you guys are feeling really brave, oh ya, a one one with no other than Gavin.
commented 2015-11-10 21:23:41 -0500
Canada’s Newspapers Were In The Tank For Harper, Media Analysis Finds

Canadian newspapers overwhelmingly supported Stephen Harper’s Conservatives in the past two elections, much more so than they would have if they had reflected public opinion, a new study finds.

The report from the Canadian Media Concentration Research Project found that 95 per cent of newspaper endorsements in the 2011 election went to Harper. That’s every daily in Canada that endorsed a party, except for the Toronto Star, which endorsed the NDP that year.

It was “roughly three times [Harper’s] standing in opinion polls at the time,” Carleton University Prof. Dwayne Winseck wrote in the report.

In the 2015 election, things weren’t quite as monolithic, but 71 per cent of all newspapers endorsements still went to Harper. Seventeen of 23 newspapers that endorsed a candidate endorsed the Tories, the study found.

Postmedia came in for criticism after running full-page, front-page negative ads for the Tories across its newspapers the weekend before the Oct. 19 election.

The analysis came in the context of a new report aiming to assess whether concentration of media ownership in Canada has increased over the past three decades.

The report says it has. It notes that the arrival of new media hasn’t lessened media concentration in Canada. In fact, the new digital media platforms are more concentrated than the old, the study says, pointing to the dominance of brands like Facebook, Google and Netflix in their respective fields.

But the report gives Canada’s uniform newspaper endorsements as an an example that control of traditional media remains a concern to this day.

“Whilst we must adjust our analysis to new realities, long-standing concerns also remain alive,” the report said.

The issue of newspaper endorsements was particularly contentious in the most recent election. Perhaps most controversially, Postmedia and Sun Media newspapers (now part of the same company) ran full-page, front-page ads for the Conservatives the weekend before the election.

That led to calls for a boycott of Postmedia by some people on social media who argued the newspaper chain had overstepped ethical bounds with the ads.

The issue of how newspapers determine endorsements came into the spotlight with reports that Postmedia CEO Paul Godfrey ordered all the major newspapers in his chain to support Harper’s Conservatives, a decision believed to be linked to the resignation of prominent journalist Andrew Coyne as the National Post’s editorial and comment editor.

Godfrey argued that determining political endorsements is the owner’s prerogative.

“Since God made babies, I think [endorsement editorials] were always made that way, and if anyone thinks otherwise, I think they were dreaming in Technicolor,” he said, as quoted at the Globe and Mail.

In an unusual move, John Honderich, CEO of Toronto Star parent company Torstar, took Godfrey to task on his assertion.

“No one can dispute the tradition of an individual publisher or owner calling the election shots for their local paper. Godfrey did that regularly when he was publisher of the Toronto Sun,” Honderich wrote.

“But to dictate the choice across an entire chain – and nation. That is an entirely different tale.”

As is common with online news sources, The Huffington Post does not endorse candidates, though its blog contributors often take strong partisan positions.
commented 2015-11-10 21:10:43 -0500
From Harlingen, TX Way to go Ezra, keep up the good work, Canada needs you.
commented 2015-11-10 21:07:59 -0500
What a show. I love it. Hope Ezra will invite more past SNN colleagues to the show, especially the one from Quebec.
commented 2015-11-10 20:36:30 -0500
I’m only 5 minutes in, and I LIKE IT !!!
Looking forward to more, Lilley, Robson, Akin, to name few.
commented 2015-11-10 20:00:56 -0500

In what world do you think the left was worried about Sun News Network or is worried about The Rebel?

All you had to do was watch SNN to realize that it’s days were numbered and I predict the same for The Rebel, but it will last longer than SNN.
commented 2015-11-10 19:54:47 -0500

Sadly for you – my “progressive leftist values” are the direction that society, culture and the world will continue to be going in and your “blue conservative values” will continue to be viewed as archaic by the masses.

You are a dinosaur. Conservatives like YOU will lose every single major change in history as you learned with gay marriage I would say adapt or die, but I know you would rather die than experience modern society.

A conservative is still a conservative – regardless of red or blue. It’s no different than varying degrees of liberal. Truth be told – the difference between a red conservative and a blue conservative is that a red conservative is open minded, reasonable and sensible. They are mainstream. They see value in SOME liberal ideas and may be socially liberal in some regards, even though they still voted for Harper.

I am quite sure that The Conservative Party are more than happy to get votes from red conservatives – even though you think that they are lesser breed of conservative.

So yes, CBC does have conservatives on the payroll – they are just not to your extreme Conservative standard.
commented 2015-11-10 19:27:25 -0500
Jack the left was pretty damn worried about SNN and you are here worried about what the Rebel says. LMAO, oyu are so pathetic it makes me laugh.
commented 2015-11-10 19:24:50 -0500
Don, Who is “That guy”?
commented 2015-11-10 18:27:51 -0500
Jack Carter wrote «Most Canadians self-identify as center/left or liberal. Liberals vote NDP and Green too.»

This sounds a bit illogical. The exact political center of a society would be defined as the median political opinion, with 50% to the left and 50% to the right. But then, probably 90% of people consider themselves to be smarter than average.
commented 2015-11-10 18:08:25 -0500
That guy sure is long winded and just to prove his loyality.
commented 2015-11-10 16:29:39 -0500
Jack said, “So you actually believe that you are just a mainstream conservative – you know, conservatives that YOU don’t think are really conservative. Let’s get that out of the way first.”

Jack, I will say this again to clarify for you. Hope my explanation helps you understand what I believe.

There are those conservatives (notice the small “c”) that believe in traditional conservative values, and there are those conservatives that believe more in what the left believes now. Those latter conservatives are called “red” conservatives and are not really conservatives in the traditional definition of a conservative. The former conservatives I mentioned are, to assign a descriptive label, “blue” conservatives. I am a traditional or “blue” conservative for most of my beliefs.

It is the “blue” conservatives that the left, like you, call extremists. But that term “extremists” is misplaced, inaccurately used, but is used by the left as an insult (meant to be a derogatory and disparaging characterization). The conservatives found on the CBC, the conservatives that the left accepts as the “real” and “non-extremist” conservatives are “red” conservatives that hold to many of the liberal / progressive ideal and policies. That is why I (and others) say that there are no conservatives at the CBC.

Most of the conservatives that frequent theRebel.Media, from what I have noticed, tend to be the traditional “blue” conservatives, and are proud to be the people who are still holding on to many of the traditional conservative values.

I will not apologize for being a traditional “blue” conservative nor will I be made to feel like I am inferior to you or to the progressive left, regardless of what insults and derogatory remarks you make.

I will weigh my traditional “blue” conservative values up against your progressive leftist values any day, any time.

I hope that makes it a little clearer for you, Jack.
commented 2015-11-10 16:07:52 -0500
Jack said, "could just be bots, haters, liberals, etc. "

Not necessarily, because according to your own opinion, no one knows about this site. The bots, haters and liberals have to know about it first.

Jack said, "Even The Rebel’s own poll had more Canadians that support the CBC. So what do you think the view of the CBC is to mainstream Canadians? Do you actually think that they share your view?

At the end of the day though – the number is all that matters and when The Rebel gets to 420 – people like you will be talking about how popular The Rebel is getting and growing."

So what’s your point here? What are you trying to say. Be clear and concise.
commented 2015-11-10 15:30:30 -0500
Jack, define “bots and haters”? One can argue that you maybe a “bot or a hater”? Just saying.
commented 2015-11-10 15:26:31 -0500

Ask Peter – apparently the traffic on this site are really just bots and haters.
commented 2015-11-10 15:25:25 -0500

So you actually believe that you are just a mainstream conservative – you know, conservatives that YOU don’t think are really conservative. Let’s get that out of the way first.
commented 2015-11-10 15:19:27 -0500

So I guess that means that the 455 ranking that you praise The Rebel for – could just be bots, haters, liberals, etc. It goes both ways. I am pretty sure though that since the CBC ranking is that high, it’s clear that the CBC is a daily destination for millions of Canadians by choice and through support.

Even The Rebel’s own poll had more Canadians that support the CBC. So what do you think the view of the CBC is to mainstream Canadians? Do you actually think that they share your view?

At the end of the day though – the number is all that matters and when The Rebel gets to 420 – people like you will be talking about how popular The Rebel is getting and growing.