Sarah Palin is going rogue, again.
The controversial former politician has unveiled The Sarah Palin Channel, a subscription-based internet TV network that will focus on everything the once Alaskan governor has to share about the political issues she most cares about.
"This is a news channel that really is a lot more than news," Palin, 50, says in the video she produced to announce the online network. "This is a community where we're going to be able to share ideas and discuss the issues of the day."
According to Variety, the online channel is similar to that of TheBlaze, a video site created by former Fox News host Glenn Beck back in 2011.
"Are you tired of the media filters?" the former Vice Presidential candidate asks rhetorically. "Well, I am. I always have been. So we're going to do something about it. I want to talk directly to you, on our channel, on my terms and no need to please the powers that be."
Subscribers will be encouraged to post video messages to Palin, and to ask her questions, in an effort to build a community of engaged supporters.
Palin also teased that the network will take a look inside her own personal life, similar to her short-lived TLC reality show Sarah Palin's Alaska.
Will you watch her online TV network?