Don Imus Ranch Gets Visit From FCC

Saw word circulating today that Don Imus’ ranch in New Mexico got a friendly visit from the FCC recently about some pirate broadcasting going on there.
Apparently Imus had installed a low-power FM transmitter so his ranch-hands could listen to his radio show, which originates in New York and is not carried locally in New Mexico. It’s not clear just how much wattage “Free Radio Imus” was running, but Don claims it couldn’t be heard off ranch property (his spread encompasses several square miles).
On Monday, Imus used the platform of his nationally-syndicated and televised morning talk show to rip the FCC a new one for taking his transmitter (which was reportedly seized). Yesterday, Imus had Arizona Senator John McCain – the incoming chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee – on his program, and was planning on asking the Senator to fix his case on-air.
Did anybody hear the show, and whether or not he got the favor? Additionally, anybody who’s got more information on the Imus case should definitely email it to me, as I can use details for his Enforcement Action Database entry.