Forget Broadway! It's Imus Live for $100

On December 3, Don Imus returns to the airwaves with a new show on New York’s WABC AM and simulcast on the RFD-TV cable channel. According to an article today in the New York Daily News, Mr. Imus is now selling tickets for $100 a pop to see his first show broadcast live from Town Hall on West 43rd Street.

The Daily News reports that Mr. Imus will donate the proceeds to the Imus Ranch, a charity he runs with his wife Deirdre that benefits kids with cancer.

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