Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has told allies he hopes to expand Breitbart's video capabilities, potentially even creating an alternate television network to rival Fox News. Rumors have swirled for months about a potential new cable network to rival Fox, but any potential traditional television network appears unlikely in the near future. Breitbart could also follow the online model tried unsuccessfully by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who launched her own subscription streaming network in 2014. But such a venture would likely face many of the same obstacles: reaching the wide swath of older conservative viewers and attracting serious revenue to compete with Fox.
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