Imus Returns to TV, but You'll Need Satellite TV to See Him
Don Imus will return on December 3rd, broadcasting his morning show on WABC-AM in New York. Eventually, Citadel Broadcasting, the owners of WABC, will likely syndicate the show to other radio stations around the country.
Imus is also returning to TV on December 3rd. His radio show, formerly simulcast on MSNBC, will now be on RFD-TV. Self-billed as "Rural America's Most Important Network", RFD serves up a variety of programming related to farming, ranching and other interests of rural America.
RFD-TV is currently available to 30 million households, mostly through the two satellite TV companies, Dish Network & DIRECTV. If you want to see Imus on December 3rd, chances are you'll need satellite TV to see him.
Interested in ditching your cable company and upgrading to satellite to see Imus? Both Dish Network & DIRECTV have attractive promotions right now, including free systems and installation, discounted programming for up to a year, free premium channels and free DVR or HD upgrades. For more information, visit our Consumer Guide to Satellite TV.