Monday, August 31, 2009

Neigh

As much as I like the equines, I pity the viewer who tries to watch the I-Man today and instead gets the new replacement show, "Horse & Country TV." Let us know if it's any good, those of you with RFD.

20 comments:

dee said...

Missed it - I had been forewarned! No radio this week either?

Obama said...

We've lost Imus on DC radio. He needs to be on here if he is going to carry weight among the politicos.

Al said...

Imus is long past the days of carrying any weight with politicians...he's mellowed out when it comes to politicians, it seems.

DC isn't interested in Imus and Imus isn't interested in DC?

keyboard.jockey said...

I would like to see John McCain back on Imus in the Morning.

Anonymous said...

anyone want to buy a limo?
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Own a piece of the Don Imus legacy. Lightning Limousine, LLC, the sole New York City provider of limousine service to the I-man, is retiring this 2000 Cadillac DeVille 6 passenger limousine built by Laredo Coach Works. This was Don Imus’ primary vehicle while in the New York State area, exclusively used for Mr. Imus and on call 24/7 from 2000 through 2005. From 2005 through the present it serves as a backup vehicle

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Preferred sale condition is that buyer pickup the vehicle from New York City, but other terms may be arranged by the buyer at their expense.

Henry said...

Imus says "out a couple days" and they're out all week? Somehow I missed that. Maybe they'll be on Fox Business when they return ;)

keyboard.jockey said...

Summer Schedule


June 8 - 12 and June 15 - 19
Friday July 3rd for July 4th Observance
July 6 - 10 and July 13 - 17
August 10 - 14, August 31 - September 4th.
Labor Day, September 7th

Fake Cardinal Egan, bejeez. said...

Funny thing I noticed this morning while watching Fox and Friends - there's a promo of all the "personalities" and Imus was in it...

CG said...

Seriously?!?! :-O That's awesome!

Anonymous said...

it's a done deal...announcement to follow.

Henry said...

Cool!

Kelly said...

http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/

Kelly said...

http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv/2009/09/03/2009-09-03_shock_jock_don_imus_signs_deal_with_fox_business_network.html

keyboard.jockey said...

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20090903-709970.html

Wallstreet Journal

Al said...

"There will also be frequent break-ins for fresh business news, she said, with Imus throwing over to "Fox Business Morning Team" anchors Jenna Lee, Connell McShane and Ashley Webster."

Not sure I like this part of the new show, but whatever...

mtnherbal said...

Maybe some of those biz breakins will replace PSAs on stream!

Al said...

Well, with the big, new studio that Imus is gonna be broadcasting from, don't be surprised if the I-Man 'hijacks' the Business news and brings in people like Levon Helm and/or Delbert to perform some tunes!

keyboard.jockey said...

The program will incorporate additional business news into its format which now offers a mix of current affairs, politics, entertainment and sports as discussed amongst Imus and his genius cast of characters including: Charles McCord, Bernard McGuirk, Rob Bartlett, Lou Rufino, Tony Powell, Warner Wolf and Julie Kanfer.

http://www.foxbusiness.com/story/markets/industries/media/fox-business-network-secures-deal-don-imus-simulcast-morning/

CG said...

Wow - thanks everybody! :)

mtnherbal said...

http://www.dailyfinance.com/2009/09/03/don-imus-brings-his-capitalist-sensibilities-to-fox-business/

As a radio program, Imus in the Morning features more and longer commercial breaks than most TV shows. Into those breaks FBN will program breaking news updates using its on-air personnel, including Connell McShane, Jenna Lee, and Ashley Webster. YEAH!!!!

Moreover, "since the start of the financial crisis last year, Imus has been focusing on the crisis pretty much every single day," said the spokeswoman. "That's not going to change." And he will continue to feature guests from the network, including Alexis Glick, Cody Willard, and Liz Claman.