Sarah Palin, the political figure who spent a half-term as Alaska’s governor and hit the national stage when she became Sen. John McCain’s running mate in 2008, is still a powerhouse of popularity. She is extending that political power via her own television channel. The is now the owner of her own television network on the world wide web, according to the Denver Post on Monday.
Viewers of the Sarah Palin Network will have to pay $9.95 a month for the privilege of seeing Mrs. Palin in action on her web television network. There is an annual fee of $99.95 also available. The cost is the same as GBTV which is the web-television channel that is currently run by Glenn Beck. Beck, also a conservative in the political realm, is referred to as the star example for anyone who attempts to make money in such an endeavor.
In the YouTube video announcing the Sarah Palin Channel, Palin says, “Hello and welcome to a new project. This is a news channel that is really a lot more than news.” She goes on to describe her channel as a community where people are going to be able to share ideas and discuss the issues of the day and find solutions. She suggests that people are tired of the media filters and she’s going to do something about it. She promises to talk to people without needing to please the “powers that be.”
Additionally, there will be some of the Palin house insights to those who join the channel. According to the video tempting persons to subscribe, there will be some fun things to watch regarding the life and times of her family adventures. She also promises to have special guests on her channel from the world of politics, according to the Atlantic. No doubt, Tea Party-popular candidates and politicians will make their way to her web-TV network.