(CNN) – Ron Paul's post-Congress, post-presidential campaign venture will provide conservatives another avenue for reaching voters, the former Texas lawmaker says in a behind-the-scenes look at his new TV setup.
Ron Paul TV launches Monday, and subscribers who pay $9.95 a month will gain access to broadcasts and interviews from the three-time presidential candidate.
"In this day and age of spreading information, it's not getting on one of the major networks, it's not getting into the Washington Post or the Boston Globe anymore. It's alternate media, it's the Internet, it's handheld devices," Paul says in the clip.
Walking through his set, Paul points out a Texas flag and a large copy of the U.S. Constitution, which he jokes that he mentions "a few times in my speeches."
"I hope we really contribute something beneficial to the cause of liberty," he says of his new channel.
"The equipment is here, it's up to me to do a good job," he continues. "The one thing that I'm firmly convinced of is we are correct on the philosophy, we just need messengers. I'd like to be that messenger. I keep working at it and keep improving myself because there's no reason we shouldn't win."
CNN's Todd Sperry contributed to this report.