TESTIFYING FOR DOLLARS

O.J. SIMPSON FINALLY COMES UP WITH HIS SIDE OF THE STORY--ON VIDEO, AT $29.95 A POP. BUT IS ANYBODY BUYING?

ROSS BECKER SAYS HE WAS fed up with tabloid television when he left his job as a local TV anchorman in Los Angeles last year and moved to Kentucky, where he now owns an FM radio station. But that didn't stop him from becoming a featured player in the most fervently followed tabloid story of the decade. A week before Christmas, he got a call from an acquaintance, infomercial producer Tony Hoffman, who asked whether Becker would like to conduct the first extended interview with O.J. Simpson since his acquittal on murder charges last October.

Three days later, Becker was back...

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