What next for Don Imus? A Wisconsin radio consultant doubts the fired talk radio host will land a new gig, even on satellite radio. It was the straw that finally broke the camel's back for Don Imus. That's the view of Marty Green, radio consultant and past chair of the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. Green says Don Imus made a thirty year career of attacking mostly famous people who are already in the news. "He attacked a group of 18 and 19 year old women, who while not defenseless, were not people that should have been attacked in the way they were." And that, says Green, became the last straw for MSNBC and CBS , both of whom parted ways with Imus for his remarks about the Rutgers women's basketball team. Green doubts Imus will resurface anywhere else, including satellite radio. Green notes that prior to this week, many people in Wisconsin had not heard of Imus. His show was not broadcast by many stations here, and his national MSNBC cable audience was only 400,000.