OANN very much wants to have Palin stick around, but at the moment there are no further plans for her to host.
"We'd love to have Governor Palin as a full time host, but we'd need to convince her to relocate for long periods of time and I don't think we are at the point as a network where we can afford what she is worth," Charles Herring, president of the San Diego-based channel, told CNNMoney.
Herring said the response to Palin's guest hosting was "tremendous." He also said "we'd love to have Governor Palin back as a guest host as often as we can."
Finally! A TV gig with a bar set low enough for Sarah Palin to overcome.
I am sure that Palin would love the job as well.
Of course OANN is going to have to re-outfit that Fox built studio of her again, and hire her children to do her hair and make up, and of course hire Todd to work the camera, but I'm sure her asking price for all of that is not too steep these days.
After all the Trump interview that OANN posted on You Tube received almost three million hits.
Of course we don't know if her appearance helped with the ratings because, "the channel is relatively obscure and isn't rated by Nielsen."
Sounds like the perfect place for Palin.