After nine years in jail, the disgraced NFL star O.J. Simpson seeks seven figures to talk, but traditional media won’t bite.
O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing in Nevada on Thursday has the makings of a media circus. At least 240 media credentials have been issued, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections, with dozens of satellite trucks expected in Carson City, where the hearing will take place, and Lovelock, where Simpson has been incarcerated for the past eight years. News divisions are already in a race to book Simpson for his first post-parole television sit-down.