Upside for MSNBC: People are forced to write headlines with MSNBC in them. CBS Radio, meanwhile–which has a larger financial stake in the show–released a statement that they’re sticking to a two-week suspension for now. Meanwhile, they “will continue to speak with all concerned parties.” (Mmmmyeah: the concerned parties who keep their financial statements.)
There will be more forthcoming in the print Time. Also, tonight I talk about Imus on Anderson Cooper 360. Tell me what I said, because I’ll be watching Lost.