The relationship between former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and Fox News has ended.
â€śWe have thoroughly enjoyed our association with Governor Palin. We wish her the best in her future endeavors,â€ť Fox Executive Vice President Bill Shine said in a statement.
Palin has continued to engage in political debates via her Facebook page, where her posts often receive thousands of comments. But leaving Fox News means she loses a chance to be seen and heard by millions of viewers.
The contract first began back inÂ January of 2010. At the time she was considered a potential 2012 presidential candidate.
Palin has not appeared on Fox News since mid-December. During the Republican National Convention, she wrote on her Facebook page that Fox had "cancelled all my scheduled interviews tonight." It was a hint of what New York magazine reports has been an ongoing dispute between Palin and network executives over disappointing ratings and time slots.
Dennis Kucinich, a former Democratic presidential candidate far to the left of Palin, just signed on with Fox News as an analyst.