From Howard Kurtz:
MSNBC executives have decided that Scarborough is the next Don Imus — not that anyone could replace Imus — and are finalizing the details for “Morning Joe” to permanently take over the 6-to-9 morning slot. The network this week is removing the “Scarborough Country” name from his old 9 p.m. program, now being hosted by MSNBC’s general manager, Dan Abrams. And CBS Radio, which syndicated Imus until his April firing, is negotiating whether some of its stations will carry the “Joe” show, as well.
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