Just 24 hours after Don Imus put his show back on track, he got blindsided Tuesday by one of the ugliest technical train wrecks in recent radio and TV memory.
On their first day in a new studio set up for the RFD-TV simulcast of his WABC (770 AM) radio show, Imus and his team found much of their equipment didn't work properly through the first half of the show.
Clearly furious, Imus refrained from a major outburst even after he had to postpone and then shorten a phone interview with columnist Tom Friedman because the phone connection at first didn't work at all and then made Friedman sound like he was speaking from a mine shaft.
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