CHICAGO (AP) -- Rod Blagojevich will be live from New York, again.
This time, the former Illinois governor will sit down Wednesday night with conservative Fox News talk show host Sean Hannity.
It's the latest stop on a national media tour for Blagojevich. He was removed from office Jan. 29 after an impeachment trial by Illinois lawmakers that was triggered by his arrest on federal corruption charges.
Blagojevich has been on national TV professing his innocence to everyone from the women on ABC's "The View" to CBS's David Letterman to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and CNN's Larry King.
Now unemployed, Blagojevich doesn't foot the bills for these media junkets.
Blagojevich publicist Glenn Selig says media outlets customarily pay for travel and accommodations when they want him for an interview.