Beloved New York sports anchor Warner Wolf is back on the air and is doing updates on the Imus in the morning program, according to Neil Best at Newsday. He’a also doing some spot work for ESPN Radio.
Of course radio won’t allow for his trademark catchphrase: “Let’s Go to Video Tape!” Or Read More
Barbara Walters is sick and tired of tabloid journalism. Even though the venerable co-host of The View has been criticized, especially over the last few years, for conducting “soft” interviews with people like Michael Jackson and Monica Lewinsky, she wants to put an end to it here and now. Acknowledging that Read More
In an interview with Essence, Karith Foster talks at some length about her decision to sign on as one of Don Imus’ new sidekicks.
"My parents were like, ‘Is this something you want to do? Is this something you are prepared to do? Is this a person you want to work with?’" said Ms. Read More
On the morning of Monday, Dec. 3, Clarence Page, The Chicago Tribune’s Pulitzer Prize–winning columnist, rolled over in bed in suburban Washington, D.C., and looked at his Bose stereo clock radio.
A thought pierced the groggy haze: It was Don Imus’ first day back on the air. Mr. Page, who once got Mr. Imus Read More
ABC’s Barbara Walters has scored the first on-air interview with Don Imus since Mr. Imus’ return to radio and television was announced weeks ago. The interview, already conducted, will air on Thursday night at 10 p.m, as part of an ABC special, The Ten Most Fascinating People of 2007.
"Are we going to Read More
At 6:33 this morning, Don Imus offered some reassurance: "Dick Cheney is still a war criminal. Hillary Clinton is still Satan. And I’m back on the radio!"
Mr. Imus was indeed back on the radio at 6 a.m. (he himself first spoke at 6:06) on WABC and several other Citadel Radio-owned stations across the nation. Read More
This morning at 6am, Don Imus kicked off his new morning show on WABC. It didn’t take long for him to get back to old business.
"Not much has changed,’ said Mr. Imus, roughly thirty minutes into the program. "Dick Cheney is still a war criminal, Hillary Clinton is still Satan and I’m back Read More
In preparation for Don Imus’ impending return to radio, Fishbowl DC has made yet another journalistic attempt to figure out which of his high-profile guests will go back on the show if asked. Chris Matthews, Chris Wallace, and Craig Crawford all say yes. Others still seem to be waiting to see how Read More
Howard Stern on Don Imus’ return to radio:
At this point, I don’t think he’s very relevant. People will tune out within a week. I defy you to listen. It’s like a rodeo – you know, see how long you can ride a bull? See how long you can keep listening to Imus. Read More
The 21-second delay won’t be the only thing that’s different when Dom Imus returns to the air December 3rd on WABC. According to Bo Dietl, a former NYPD detective and frequent Imus guest, who was speaking on a local cable channel Saturday morning, Mr. Imus will appear with a co-host for the first time Read More