Conservative commentator and outspoken gun rights advocate Dana Loesch announced Monday that she's ending her show on The Blaze, and "moving on" from Glenn Beck's signature online network.
Loesch, whose star has risen significantly in the last several years, told her Dana Show viewers during her broadcast Monday evening, that she did not renew her contract after four years with the network.
“It’s been a really, really fun time,” Loesch said. “But sometimes, good things must come to an end. And so this is going to be my last week here at The Blaze.”
Loesch has not said where she will land after her show officially closes on Wednesday, but she has been a regular feature on Fox News of late, and could certainly end up as a full-time contributor to the network. She will continue to do her daily radio show — which was not affiliated with Beck's network — and will remain in her role as one of the National Rifle Association's most outspoken advocates.
In a post on Facebook, Loesch mentioned that she will not announce her next step until January of 2018, as she is taking the rest of the year off to spend with family.