Like Sarah Palin going rogue on Facebook but wish it was televised instead? Great news! The former governor of Alaska is getting her own digital video channel.
“Think of it as a video version of her Facebook page,” a source familiar with the project told Capital New York, which reported the news on Friday.
The show is tentatively called “Rogue TV”, presumably after her memoir. It be available via Tapp, a new digital video service founded by former heads of CNN and NBC Universal, at $10 per subscription.
Instead of opinion on issues of the day on her Facebook page, the former Republican vice presidential nominee will do so via video as well as offer “tips for parents and recipes.”