WABC Boss: Don Imus is Great Radio Radio personality Don Imus will return to the airwaves after being fired by CBS Radio in April for making disparaging and racially insensitive remarks. WABC-FM in New York, and a network of stations owned by Citadel Communications, will broadcast the shock jock's new program. Phil Boyce of WABC speaks about Don Imus' return to radio.
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WABC Boss: Don Imus is Great Radio

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WABC Boss: Don Imus is Great Radio

WABC Boss: Don Imus is Great Radio

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WABC Boss: Don Imus is Great Radio

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Radio personality Don Imus will return to the airwaves after being fired by CBS Radio in April for making disparaging and racially insensitive remarks. WABC Radio in New York, and a network of stations owned by Citadel Communications, will broadcast the shock jock's new program.

Phil Boyce of WABC explains why he thinks Don Imus is ready to return to radio, and why listeners will welcome him back.