Since none of her reality TV shows has lasted more than one season due to poor ratings, Sarah Palin has had to come up with a new grift to keep the money flowing in. She’s apparently going to launch her own online TV channel in the spirit of Glenn Beck.
Fox News contributor and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will be launching her own digital video channel, tentatively called “Rogue TV,” a source familiar with the project told Capital.
The channel will be available through Tapp, the digital video service founded by former CNN chief Jon Klein and former NBC Universal entertainment executive Jeff Gaspin. Subscriptions will cost $10 per month.
Rogue is expected to launch in April or May, and it would be one of the first of the digital channels offered by Tapp.Palin’s channel will feature video commentaries from the former Republican vice-presidential candidate, discussing current events and political issues.
It will really only be two shows. One will be a cooking show where she’ll make nothing but word salad. The other will be a game show called Wingnut Madlibs. Both will involve randomly tying together a bunch of catchphrases into the most incoherent run-on sentences possible.