Beck told his radio audience on Monday that he "can't wait" to relocate from the northeastern US to Texas in order to develop new projects for his production company Mercury Radio Arts.
Mercury Radio Arts president Chris Balfe confirmed that Beck will make the move in the immediate future, but also noted to The Blaze that most of the company's staff will not follow the conservative commentator to Texas.
Balfe said: "While Glenn will be spending much of his time there, we will continue to maintain and grow our New York City offices and studios to accommodate the talented staff we have assembled and will continue to assemble here."
Beck recently left Fox News after a two-year run on the network, in which he caused controversy by engaging in a war of words with director James Cameron and branding Glee a "horror show".
He continues to host a nationally syndicated daily radio programme for Premiere Radio Networks.
Watch a clip from Glenn Beck's final Fox News programme below: