Sarah Palin is "tired of the media filters" and wants to "talk about the issues that the mainstream media won’t talk about," so naturally she's launching a online TV channel—called, not too surprisingly, the Sarah Palin Channel. Via Facebook yesterday, she says the interactive network will be a "direct connection" between herself and supporters that doesn’t "need to please the powers-that-be," reports the AP. It'll set you back $9.95 per month or $99.95 a year, Politico notes, and offer up group video chats and a chance for viewers to pose questions.
The channel's accompanying website includes inspirational quotes, an Obama-out-of-office countdown clock, and a mandate to "live life vibrantly, purposefully, and boldly!" This despite a recent NBC poll in which a majority of Americans say they want Palin to just. stop. talking. (Read more Sarah Palin stories.)