Hopefully she takes it all with her to her new network.
Can't walk away from that TV cash-...um, -cow.The funny thing? Everyone's acting like she's "leaving TV" and "leaving her show behind."
Even if contractual obligations prohibit her from taking the show to TV, she could still easily change the name/format of the show and still be on TV.
I wanna throw up!! This company will never make money, only mistakes.
Well I do believe that she is a draw for women. I don't judge her based purely on my dislike of her, but I do know a lot of women who think she is great! Sirius appears to be trying hard to appeal to women even though currently subscriber wise it is male dominated. But do you just throw your hands up and say the hell with women or at least attempt to bring some programming that they may like and be able to relate too.
I personally have no problem with the Oprah channel and the little bit of bandwidth this channel uses isn't that big of a deal. What they should do is get rid of all those useless traffic channels and ridiculous amount of rock channels that could clearly be consolidated. That would net them a hell of a lot more bandwidth than getting rid of a Oprah and Martha (which is purely for women) just like the recent announced Emeril.