Fish Food: Imus, Sree Edition


Delectable bits from around the web:

— WNBC-TV tech reporter, Professor and Dean of Student Affairs at the Columbia Journalism School, Sreenath Sreenivasan hosts the ”India Abroad Person of the Year” awards tomorrow at Gotham Hall. The NY-based India Abroad is the oldest Indian-American newspaper published in North America.

Giant’s EIC Emil Wilbekin, on the LeBron-Gisele Vogue cover, according to WWD’s Memopad, ”… said he felt the cover didn’t accurately reflect the athlete, describing him as ‘cool’ and ‘gentlemanly.’ Wilbekin just finished a yearlong consulting project with Microsoft as a reporter and blogger for James’ Web site,, and followed the player through the NBA finals, to China and various events such as his appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ ‘The fact the best NBA ballplayer is on the cover of women’s Vogue is a step forward,’ Wilbekin said. ‘But when I saw the image, I was a little disappointed.”’ More here.

Don Imus, who, slowly, is regaining his lost mini-media empire — with regards, at least, to eardrums — is back on the air in New Hampshire. ”Imus has always had a loyal audience in Portsmouth,”Jerry Hyland, Vice President/Market Manager of 96-7, The Wave, told ”I am very pleased that he will be back on 96-7 The Wave, and feel Imus will once again be a huge success.”

Imus was on The Wave for ten years before being thrown off the air last April.

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