The Politico reports Sarah Palin with start making the rounds on conservative radio shows, allowing the public to have more access to her.
Palin heads to McCain's cabin in Arizona today to prepare for her Thursday debate, and while she's there she'll do a round of conservative talk radio interviews.
"Talk radio is a convenient, powerful and effective outlet," said the aide.
Rush Limbaugh, who hosts the most popular radio show in the country, noted in an e-mail that he doesn't invite guests on and alluded to his rocky relationship with the top of the GOP ticket.
"The McCain camp doesn't trust me," Limbaugh said.
But asked if he'd welcome a call from Palin, the conservative talker said: "Of course."
The report also says Palin was much more aggressive in another Couric interview with one aide saying "Sarah Barracuda showed up today," and further encouraging CBS to show this interview from beginning to end.