Fired CNN anchor Rick Sanchez creates his own online TV domain

Fired CNN anchor Rick Sanchez creates his own online TV domain -- Whatever happend to former CNN anchor Rick Sanchez? After speaking his mind a little too freely on a radio program about Jon Stewart, along with what he thought about other Jews, the high profile Latino anchor was dismissed -- quickly from his post.

Screen shot 2011-01-05 at 5.01.08 PM.png

The fact that he was promoting a newly released book during the same time probably didn't help his book sales. He just seemed to disappear even though he profusely apologized for his statements.

Yet, people in the media are like politicians -- they never go away; they just reinvent themselves. The same is true with Rick. If he can't be on a TV network, he'll just create his own.

He's calling it

The site seems to still be under development and it's not clear if Sanchez will be creating his own original programming or not but it must be a new business for him since he's now back on Facebook and promoting the site from there as well.

Ironic to note that on his Facebook page he announces he will be participating in a public dialogue with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in New York City on Jan. 13.

Though it would seem people in the media reinvent themselves, they just can't get away from having to prove it all the time.

Click to add a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply


More in General


ListaPodcast: Obama kills Keystone pipeline, NFL star faces renewed controversy, Mexico opens door for marijuana legalization November 6, 2015

Latina ListaNovember 6, 2015

ListaPodcast: New Speaker of the House, budget deal, arrests made in relation to Ayotzinapa students October 30, 2015

Latina ListaOctober 30, 2015
Voting booths at Hermosa Beach City Hall during California Primary

New Census report shows critical segment of Latino population not voting

Latina ListaJuly 16, 2015
Photo by Daniel González

(Slideshow) The People of Taco Libre

Latina ListaJuly 1, 2015
High School Graduation

Guest Voz: Latest report on Latino dropouts is one to celebrate while understanding más work needs to be done

Latina ListaOctober 17, 2014
6th pass_FINAL to USE

International Peace Day to be celebrated through global concerts

Latina ListaSeptember 19, 2014

LULAC members mark 85-year anniversary with special TODAY show appearance

GritoBlastJuly 10, 2014
michelle obama

LULAC announces national initiative to provide aid to the thousands of Central American children on U.S.-Mexico border

GritoBlastJuly 10, 2014

Survey on LGBTQ Latina immigrants from Latin America

GritoBlastJuly 10, 2014