Disregarding the outcome of our TVGuide.com poll, CBS on Thursday announced its decision to cease broadcasting the Imus in the Morning radio program, effective immediately and on a permanent basis. "I believe all of us have been deeply upset and revulsed by the statements that were made on our air about the young women who represented Rutgers University in the NCAA Women's Basketball Championship with such class, energy and talent," CBS president and CEO Leslie Moonves says in a statement. "Those who have spoken with us the last few days represent people of goodwill from all segments of our society - all races, economic groups, men and women alike. In our meetings with concerned groups, there has been much discussion of the effect language like this has on our young people, particularly young women of color trying to make their way in this society. That consideration has weighed most heavily on our minds as we made our decision, as have the [communications] we have had with our colleagues across the CBS Corporation and our many other constituencies."

And now you know... the rest of the story. (Oops, wrong radio personality.)