Former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is on TV a lot between her family’s various reality shows and her talk show appearances, but you’ll be able to see a whole lot more of her with the online channel she’s starting, called, imaginatively, the Sarah Palin Channel.
Palin wrote on her Facebook page Sunday (July 17) that she was launching sarahpalinchannel.com, a subscription-based, member-supported “community” where she and her supporters can share ideas. “Tired of media filters? Well, so am I,” she writes. “So let’s go rogue and launch our own member-supported channel.”
The website includes personal content including a blog by Palin’s daughter Bristol, and political content including a countdown clock of the rest of the Obama administration and videos explaining why Palin thinks President Obama should be impeached. Palin is the channel’s executive editor, overseeing all content.
According to Variety, access to the channel will cost $9.95 a month or $99.95 a year (unless you’re an active military member, in which case it’s free), and is in partnership with Tapp, an online video company formed by former NBC Universal and CNN executives. Palin is a Fox News contributor.