Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is pulling the plug on her digital channel, Sarah Palin Channel, according to Yahoo. The channel promised to deliver perspectives that “cut through the media’s politically correct filter.”
Just a year after launching the $10 a month subscription service, she announced that her video content will be distributed for free. It will be distributed on her political action committee’s site and Facebook, on which she has 4.4 million followers. The content will be free starting August 1st.
With the change, Palin will end her partnership with Tapp, which is an online-video venture formed by former NBCUniversal chairman, Jeff Gaspin, and former CNN president, Jon Klein.
The Sarah Palin Channel has featured her commentary on several issues, including videos like “Still No Obama Plan to Defeat ISIS,” “Gun Free Doesn’t Equal Crime Free” and “Spending Snafu Benefits Spanish Speakers.” The channel also gave an inside look into Plain’s personal life with segments like “The Joy of Christmas” and “Moose Meat: It’s What’s for Dinner!”