- The Washington Times - Saturday, March 15, 2014

Sarah Palin will reportedly launch her own digital video show, “Rogue TV,” in early April or May.

The Fox News contributor and former Alaska governor and Vice Presidential candidate will offer video commentaries on current events, footage of her family in Alaska, advice and guidance for parents, and recipes on her new channel.


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There may even be opportunities for viewers to be able to engage in video chats with Ms. Palin, Capital New York reported.

“Think of it as a video version of her Facebook page,” a source familiar with the project told Capital New York.


For $10 a month, subscribers can watch Rouge TV channel through Tapp, the digital video service founded by former CNN chief Jon Klein and former NBC Universal entertainment executive Jeff Gaspin.

This is not Ms. Palin’s first venture into the world of TV. In 2010 she did a reality show with her family called “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” which aired on TLC. Discovery Communications, TLC’s parent company, is an investor in Tapp.