Get Ready for Sarah Palin's Rogue TV New channel to offer 'video version of her Facebook page' By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted Mar 17, 2014 9:59 AM CDT 68 comments Comments Sarah Palin addresses the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference in National Harbor, Md., Saturday, March 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen) (Newser) – Sarah Palin fans could soon be seeing a lot more of the former governor—if they're willing to pay $10 a month. "Rogue TV" is the tentative name for Palin's upcoming network, which will be offered starting in April or May through subscription digital video service Tapp. Rogue will be akin to "a video version of (Palin's) Facebook page," an insider tells Capital New York. The network will reportedly include video commentaries and visits with the Palin family. Video chats with Palin may also be on the agenda. In a draft message, Palin offers to "answer your questions, take you behind the scenes of my life, offer tips on everything from parenting to cooking, and, of course, call out the nonsense that's taking place all across America," Adweek notes. Tapp was founded by Jon Klein and Jeff Gaspin, former honchos at CNN and NBC, respectively. The service will be similar to Netflix and Hulu, Adweek notes. According to Tapp's website, it plans to connect "super-fans to the personalities they can't get enough of."