MSNBC woos Olbermann

NBC News has reportedly made a substantial offer to departing ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor Keith Olbermann to host a new nightly talkshow on the MSNBC cablenet that would center more on news than sports. The deal would double his current roughly $300,000 annual salary at ESPN. Olbermann’s last day at ESPN is Sunday.

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