Chicago, Oct 26 : While Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin has given no indication that she is considering a career outside politics, Hollywood bigwigs are convening strategy sessions of their own.
They are finding the ideal on-air vehicle for the Alaska governor if and when she exits politics.
As more and more polls cast doubt on the McCain-Palin ticket, producers and agents across the entertainment world are discussing possibilities for capitalizing on her fame, ranging from an Oprah-style syndicated talk show to a Sean Hannity-like perch in cable news or on radio.
''Any television person who sees the numbers when she appears on anything would say Sarah Palin would be great,'' Chicago Sun-Times quoted veteran morning-show producer Steve Friedman, as saying.
''The passion she has on each side, love and hate, makes television people say, 'Wow, imagine the viewership,' '' he added.
Although none of the executives have made direct offers to the Alaska governor, they are preparing their battle plans if she decides to give up her day job.