Sarah Palin’s ‘Rogue TV’ Reportedly Coming to a Computer Near You
It’s been five years since Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue hit bookshelves. Now, she reportedly expanding the brand by launching “Rogue TV,” as one of the first streaming channels on TAPP, a new service from former CNN president Jon Klein and former NBC entertainment chairman Jeff Gaspin.
Earlier this week, after the New York Post published a rumor that Palin was being considered for the network, Klein and Gaspin indicated that she is “the kind of personality” they were looking for to kick off their new project. Today, Capital New York’s Alex Weprin confirmed that Palin will be launching her own digital channel on TAPP, tentatively called “Rogue TV.”
A source familiar with the arrangement told Capital to think of the channel as a “video version of her Facebook page,” where Palin consistently shares her thoughts on everything from Piers Morgan to Martin Luther King Day with the more than 4 million people who follow her page.
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