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Sarah Palin TV Channel: Former Alaskan Governor Signs Deal For 'Rogue TV'

03/19/2014 12:14 EDT | Updated 03/19/2014 12:59 EDT
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FILE - In this April 14, 2010 file photo, Sarah Palin flashes a thumbs up towards her husband Todd as she begins to address a crowd during a stop of the Tea Party Express on Boston Common in Boston. After months of requests from reporters, a California university on Friday, June 18, 2010 agreed to allow members of the media to attend a fundraiser next week featuring Sarah Palin. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

After serving as Alaska's governor and after a failed attempt at the United States vice-presidency, what's left to do?

For right-wing American politician and Tea Party member Sarah Palin, the next step is to get her own TV channel, tentatively titled "Rogue TV" (based on the title of her bestselling book: "Going Rogue: An American Life."

Palin has signed a deal to launch a channel on the U.S. digital video start-up service TAPP, a company founded by former NBC chairman Jeff Gaspin and ex-CNN president Jon Klein.

Palin’s channel will feature video commentaries, discussing current events and political issues. Rogue TV is also expected to feature intimate footage of Palin and her family in Alaska, much as the 2010 TLC reality series, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” did.

This isn't the first time that Palin has made waves on TV. She's currently a contributor to Fox News after having briefly split from the channel. She recently told The Wrap that she had negotiated with Fox News to allow for another of her television commitments -- a new show on the Sportsman Channel.

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