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Kelsey Grammer Launches Politically-Fuelled Network

September 10, 2010 (6:55 am) GMT
RightNetwork rightfully serves his support for the right wing, using it to boost the reputation of Republicans like himself.

has launched his new politically-fuelled TV network. The actor is an investor and public face supporting RightNetwork, which launched on Wednesday, September 8. The programming is designed to appeal to political conservatives.

The right-wing former "Frasier" star insists he's keen to use the network to boost the reputation of Republicans, like himself. He says, "There's plenty of room for us." RightNetwork bosses will initially make programming available through video-on-demand services, online and mobile phones.

Recently, the comedian also hinted that he was willing to revive his "Frasier" character, saying the spin-off could focus on the children.

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