Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is launching her own digital video channel, according to multiple sources.
The GOP’s 2010 vice presidential candidate plans to call the channel “Rogue TV,” a reference to her political memoir Going Rogue, which was the No. 1 non-fiction best-seller of 2009.
When it launches in April or May, the channel could become one of the first digital channels offered by Tapp. Even though production has begun, Palin hasn’t yet inked a deal for it.
Subscribers could be asked to pay $10 per month for the service.
“Rogue TV” is being described as a video version of Palin’s Facebook page. It will feature video commentaries in which she discusses current events and political issues, as well as footage of Palin and her family in Alaska. In that way, it will mirror the 2010 TLC reality series Sarah Palin’s Alaska.
In addition, the channel will offer advice from Palin on cooking and parenting. Subscribers might be able to engage in regular video chats with the star
Palin has a large, built-in audience through social media, with four million Facebook fans and one million Twitter followers.
Palin is currently a contributor to Fox News Channel and hosts a reality show for The Sportsman Channel called Amazing America.