A few important news items today.
One is buried in an article from the Boston Herald about turmoil in that city's morning radio. It reports that the show will not go into syndication until January. So if you haven't ordered satellite television for RFD, or haven't figured out how to stream WABC from the Internet, do so now. (If anybody wants to know how, just post something in the comments or email me.)
The article also says that radio station WTKK has "lost listeners" since Imus's departure. Really? Last April, article after article insisted to me that Imus was "irrelevant." I guess not, huh?
Switching gears, Bob Raissman's column in today's New York Daily News has some, uh, "interesting" rumors. I would quote directly from the article, but since it is the Daily News it is full of hideous little puns that annoy me. So I'll summarize:
Word on the street is that Imus is hiring two (!) black women (!!?!!?!!!). Oh, and he scrapped Warner Wolf for them, too. So Warner's not coming back.