Don Imus may be about to land a cable network to simulcast his new talk show that reportedly will debut over WABC-AM in New York in December. According to the New York Times, RFD-TV, a channel primarily aimed at farming and rural communities, has been in talks with Imus. The channel currently is seen mostly by subscribers of satellite services DirecTV and DISH Network. The Times quoted a source as saying that RFD-TV is hoping that the Imus show will give it an entree with large cable systems.
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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