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In 1988, WNBC radio was sold to Emmis Broadcasting; on October 7, 1988, WNBC permanently signed off the air and Emmis' WFAN was moved from 1050 AM to WNBC's former spot, 660 AM.
Imus in the Morning remained at 660 AM among WFAN's sports programs with his music and comedy bits as the staples of the program and the beginnings of a political forum.
In 1978 he returned to Cleveland radio as afternoon drive host on WHK, making the front page of the Cleveland Plain Dealer on his first day back in town.
During that year, Imus commuted between Cleveland and New York to tape a TV talk show, Imus Plus at WNEW-TV.
On his September 9, 2014, broadcast, he announced that the New Mexico ranch would be sold, due to his belief that the ranch had "run its course" as well as "health and other issues" (he specifically noted that his breathing had been damaged by a rib injury, making it difficult to breathe in New Mexico's high altitude).
Proceeds from the property's sale would go to a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation that will donate to children's cancer causes.
You can make a complaint by using the ‘report this post’ link .In October, 2014, the ranch was offered for sale with an asking price of million.Imus resides in Brenham, Texas, at a ranch he acquired in 2013.He moved there full-time in 2015, after ending his Fox Business television simulcast in New York and from there started broadcasting his show solely on radio with the cast members broadcasting from the WABC radio studios.
His former waterfront mansion in Westport, Connecticut was sold that same year for .4 million.
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