A commercial break could have just as easily interrupted Palin

When Will Fox Fire Sarah Palin?

By William Browning

Fox has already let go of Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich from their network. Presumably, both have political aspirations beyond television news commenting. Palin may be next.

O’Reilly is ratings gold for Fox and he won his time slot against arch-rival Keith Olbermann on MSNBC. When looking at bottom line and who to keep, Fox would be stupid to let go of O’Reilly and keep Palin. She simply can’t hold her own show, not even TLC’s “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” lasted more than one season.

Palin sells books and draws huge crowds where she goes. In front of a camera when everything she says will be used against her in a court of the media, her presidential hopes may be dashed. Television is not her strong suit. If she were to say something like “I hate this damn interview” on live television she’d never get another shot at national broadcasts.

When O’Reilly asked about her political aspirations, Palin said a decision is still months into the future. She still wants to hold on to her cash cows and make as much money as possible until she announces her plans–Fox will let her out of a contract once Palin decides to run for president.

Unless executives fire her first for interrupting their star player while he’s up to bat.



2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ml
    Mar 06, 2011 @ 09:15:23

    I think Palin’s contract with Fox News Network is until 2012. Hope she will be out by next year. She didn’t renew another contract with the TLC Network for the second reality TV show.


  2. Syrin
    Mar 06, 2011 @ 09:56:21

    I just wanted to express this point somewhere…..

    Sarah Palin should have never been perpetuated to state politics, she’s always been a user and abuser! Let alone showing what a empty headed idiot she really is on national politics. She’s a fraud, a liar, an imposter!! BUT! She has to be held accountable or she’ll continue!

    Sarah wanted the glory and power of the position and the personal enrichment at all cost. Sorry, I want her held accountable for that cost, whether she flew the public sector coop or not! She’s to this day lying about the policies she gladly put in place and the bad results that followed! And she’s still undermining Alaska ethics laws.. She’s hoping that we’ll all get sick and tired of holding her accountable and give up..


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