Although Don Imus frequently talks about country music and being a cowboy, the rural-focused RFD-TV was clearly nothing more than a place of penance for the gravely voiced radio icon.
Love him or hate him, his ability to land the a-list politicians, business leaders and political commentators makes him a good fit for a bigger news outlet such as Fox, the TV network on which Imus debuted today.
Personally, I enjoy his conversations with senators and historians, but what's your take? Did Imus pay his dues for his infamous Rutgers comments? Do you like his interview style, or think he's washed up?