In an interview with the New York Post, CEO Joel Hyatt recently said that he had been approached three times this year by media companies wanting to buy Current.
That's probably a good idea, seeing as the left-wing news organization founded in 2005 by Gore and Hyatt has had a tough time making a profit, and was reportedly forced to lay off workers a couple years ago.
Currently their line up includes shows you've never heard of like Joy Behar: Say Anything, The Young Turks, Viewpoint, and the War Room, among others. And of course there's Gavin Newsom's show, which is on tonight at 11.
This is also the same outlet who had two of its reporters detained by the North Korean government a few years ago.
We'll keep you posted on this potential deal.