In May 2010 it was reported that Palin had signed with the company Single Source Speakers, asking between ,000 and ,000 for each appearance.
She was listed on the company's website as available for conferences, fundraisers, special events and holidays, as well as women's, youth, abstinence, and pro-life programs.
Palin's docu-series Life's A Tripp, produced by Associated Television International, premiered on June 19, 2012, in the United States, on Lifetime TV.
Lifetime ordered 14 episodes for original broadcast.
She is the oldest daughter and second of five children of Todd and Sarah Palin.
Palin competed in the fall 2010 season of Dancing with the Stars and reached the finals, finishing in third place.
In a July 10, 2011 interview with Drew Pinsky, Palin said she doesn't want to "be named as an abstinence preacher .... Discussing whether she still thought that abstinence was unrealistic, as she had said in 2009, she said "that quote was taken out of context.
When she was 18 in May 2009, Palin appeared on both the Today show and Good Morning America in recognition of the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. This observance was started by The National Campaign To Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.
He loves his family and has a steady job, albeit reality television, so you know, how long could that last? The same ones who are never going to vote for a woman who allows her daughter to live with a black man.
Hmm, well if Tori and Dean have made it this long then I guess anyone can make it forever.
In one instance, suspicious white powder was received by the show.
The powder turned out to be harmless, but security on the show was tightened.
Students protested both the high fee she was to be paid out of student-generated funds and her lack of expertise on abstinence in college. Palin appeared in an episode of the ABC Family network series, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, playing a friend of the fictional character Amy, a 15-year-old who is dealing with an unexpected pregnancy.