Will Imus play in L.A.?

Now that his return to NY airwaves has finally been announced - he starts Dec. 3 on WABC - the next question is where else in the country will he be heard. As part of the deal, Imus is being syndicated through ABC Radio Networks. That means KABC. Check out radio-info.com and you will see the speculation about his slot that ranges from 3 to 6 a.m. to morning drive time. So far, no word from the station (nor any mention in the local papers). Earlier this month, the Dodgers announced that it would be returning to KABC after a 10-year absence. That's a lot of airtime that's suddenly filled.

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