(Reuters) - Republican former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has parted ways with Fox News Channel after working for three years as a paid commentator, the cable TV network said on Friday.
have thoroughly enjoyed our association with Governor Palin," Bill
Shine, Fox News Channel executive vice president of programming, said in
a statement. "We wish her the best in her future endeavors."
Fox News Channel declined to give details of Palin's departure, and a spokesperson said only that the two had "parted ways." (Continues)
Sarah Palin will no longer be a paid contributor to Fox News.
The former Alaska governor and the network have parted ways, a source
close to Palin told ABC News. The same source said it was her decision
to leave the network and that Fox offered her an opportunity to renew
her contract. (More)
After a three-year run as a paid contributor to the nation’s
highest-rated cable news channel, Sarah Palin and FOX News have cut
ties, according to a source close to the former Alaska governor.
“It’s my understanding that Gov. Palin was offered a contract by FOX,
and she decided not to renew the arrangement,” the source close to
Palin told RCP. “She remains focused on broadening her message of
common-sense conservatism across the country and will be expanding her
voice in the national discussion.”
The source declined to say whether Palin would pursue a television contract with another news network, such as CNN. (More)