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Imus’ official website includes synopses of guest appearances written by Juile,  Blogs by Rob, Karith and Tony, Chuck’s headlines, with information on the Imus Ranch, and a contact page to reach the show.  

“www.imus.com” overall a net gain to the I-Web.

Also, note this recent addition to the I-Web.  With kudos to Ree who smartly provides a listener perspective.

“You Have To Be This Tall To Go On This Ride”  Click|Here

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Imus Reverses “No More Interviews” Pledge

I-Fav Neil Cavuto had the last interview with Imus.  Unfortunately, Cavuto’s people insisted on using a photo which Imus claims makes him look like an old lesbian, result  “no more interviews” policy.   To no one’s surprise, Imus  reverses the policy and grants Sean Hannity an interview.  Here Sean  meets Imus at the IMUS RFD set where one assumes I-Producer Big Foot has production control.

FOX News Blogs » The Great American Blog

Sean Sits Down With Imus

Wednesday and Thursday nights catch Sean’s two part interview with Don Imus.

The controversial talk show host candidly opens up about politics, his home life and the controversial remarks that cost him his job. 

Source:  The Great American Blog >> Click|Here

Hannity Imus Part 1 & 2  
@ FoxNews.com Click|Here

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RFD On The Move

Attention DirecTV Subscribers:

RFD formerly at the tail end of the DirecTV God Channels is now located at the start of the news cluster.   The new location fronts CSPAN, DTV News Mix, NBC and FOX business and news channels. 

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Consider yourself notified…

Imus has been very complimentary regarding RFD production quality lately. Could this move to the news cluster be a precursor to RFD’s anticipated entry into AG news?  Stay Tuned!

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WFAN host Craig Carton's long march after losing bet with Boomer Esiason

Craig Carton dressed in a Giants’ jersey and speedos after losing an on air bet with Boomer Esiason.

Imus cheap shots continuuue .  This from some New York Daily News sports columnist who hasn’t caught on to the fact the FAN is in a pickle having lost Imus and Russo.  By the way the narrow demographic Filip marginalizes here happens to be the one that buys books, autos and  just about anything Imus is selling and breaking all time sales records at WABC.  Would the FAN like to see a little bit of that green? You Betcha..

As for Boomer being “the most pleasant listens on talk radio” myself I can’t even listen to him on the CBS NFL program much less on the radio, You Know…

Rutgers Basketball Players missing Imus? at least people are still talking about the players and don’t forget Vivian Stringer had some strong book sales in 2008!

Anybody Miss Imus? The Daily Blahg

Filip Bondy, New York Daily News Blogs

Somewhere, on some radio station that has nothing to do with sports, Don Imus and his leering crew are surely droning on about stuff. His ratings are good enough among a very narrow demographic, though nothing to brag about.

And in the world of sports, where he is no longer part of the dialogue, he is not missed at all. The absence of racist wisecracks is always a good thing. In some ways, this could not have worked out better. Imus is still doing his thing, and his fans can find him if they wish. He can raise funds for his charity work. Meanwhile, WFAN is a better station without him. Boomer Esiason is one of the most pleasant listens on talk radio.

Everybody wins. Except those Rutgers basketball players. Click|Here

David Hinckley a Daily News Columnist actually does know something about Television and Radio, this is what he has to say regarding the Iman…

Some old hands move into new jobs

David Hinckley, New York Daily News

On the air, Don Imus completed a triumphant first year as morning host at WABC – where he scored higher ratings than he had when he was fired by WFAN in 2007. WABC added “Imus News Hour,” 5-6 a.m., hosted by Charles McCord. Click|Here

Who are you going to believe, Filip the FANny Kissing sports columnist or the award winning Television/Radio critic journalist extraordinaire David Hinckley?

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