Don Imus's show "Imus in the Morning" stopped being broadcast on Fox Business Network as of May 29, 2015, but he still continues to air the show on other networks across the United States. He and his wife also run the Imus Ranch Foundation to benefit children with cancer, and they raise millions of dollars for charities such as the Tomorrows Children Fund, the CJ Foundation for SIDS and various other causes.
Imus first began broadcasting in New York City in 1971. He was inducted in the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the Radio Hall of Fame and received four Marconi awards. His career has also been riddled with controversy, however, due to his unapologetic and frequently blunt manner of speaking and sometimes unpopular viewpoints.
In addition to his own show, Imus has also appeared on numerous other programs, including NBC's "Today" show and "60 Minutes" on CBS, and he has been interviewed by Charlie Rose, David Letterman and Larry King. He also supports his wife's projects, such as the Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center at Hackensack UMC. Imus's charity work includes supporting organizations who help American veterans, environmental groups and autism research foundations, as of 2015.