One America News Network has been floated as a possible landing spot.
Generally, when big-time television news stars and newspaper/magazine editors are pushed out or resign on their own accord, they publicly express a desire to "take some time" to think about their next move and consult with their families. But, after being ousted by MSNBC late last week, Greta Van Susteren quickly made it clear — on Twitter — that she'd welcome another hosting job.
"Since I got fired, of course, I will entertain any job offers that come my way," she told The Hollywood Reporter Thursday when asked about potential employers.
Van Susteren has hosted shows on all three of the big cable networks — CNN, Fox News and MSNBC. So, her next employer might be a name that's less familiar to the average TV viewer. Last week, several of her fans on Twitter suggested that she consider conservative upstart One America News Network, and she seemed open to it.
"Greta is a strong brand and I’m sure she’ll have plenty of opportunities moving forward," said Charles Herring, president of OANN parent company Herring Broadcasting, when asked by THR if the company has approached Van Susteren.