Howard Stern Show
Howard Allan Stern (born January 12, 1954) is an United States|American radio programming|radio and Television|TV personality, humorist and author. Stern currently hosts The Howard Stern Show four days a week on satellite radio.
The self-proclaimed "King of All Media" (the title was a joking reference to Michael Jackson's self-appelation "The King of Pop") has been dubbed a shock jock for his highly controversy|controversial use of scatology|scatological, sexual, and racial humor, and exploitation of his guests. However, Stern and many of his fans hate the term “Shock Jock.” Stern said himself, “The show is never about shocking people. We are about having fun.” Some of his commentaries are perceived by many to include bigoted, misanthrope|misanthropic and misogyny|misogynistic remarks about various religious and ethnic groups, women, and men - though one of his trademarks is that he makes fun of everyone equally, even himself. He is both the highest-paid radio personality in the United States and the most fined personality in radio broadcast history—facts that he seems to take pride in. In 2002, industry publication Talkers magazine named Stern the second-greatest radio talk show host of all time. 
He is most well known for his national radio show, which for many years was radio syndication|syndicated on FM broadcasting|FM radio stations (and a few AM broadcasting|AM stations) throughout the United States, until his last broadcast via terrestrial radio on December 16, 2005. After a brief hiatus, he began broadcasting via the Sirius Satellite Radio|Sirius subscription-based satellite radio service on January 9, 2006.
His national television shows include The Howard Stern Show on WWOR-TV, which ran in the early 1990s; Howard Stern, which ran from 1994-2005 on E!; and The Howard Stern Radio Show, which ran from 1998-2001 in syndication. The Howard Stern Show was a weekly skit-driven show that was produced in the Secaucus, NJ studios of WWOR-TV and shown in selected markets. The other shows were produced from video footage of his live radio broadcast.
Since November 18, 2005, Howard Stern on Demand has been available on television through the iN DEMAND video on demand service that various cable TV systems offer. Currently, this includes uncensored versions of shows which previously aired on E!; video from his Sirius show will be available starting in April 2006. OnDemand also includes movies (Ex. Supertwink), skits, bits, wack packer videos, behind the scenes videos, and anything else related to the show.
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Terrestrial Radio Show
His early broadcasting years included working at WTBU, Boston University's campus radio station. Following graduation in 1976, Stern moved to WRNW. During his time at WRNW, he lived in a monastery.
Following WRNW was WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut|Hartford, then WWWW ("W4") in Detroit. With each station, he improved in ratings and skill, finally moving on to WWDC-FM.
In one archetypical example of his radio show, documented in his autobiographical movie Private Parts, he persuaded a female caller to have phone sex with him on the air. He made deep buzzing noises into his microphone, and had her sit on a speaker with the subwoofer control turned up until she reached an on-the-air orgasm. Another notable incident at WWDC-FM (DC101 Radio) in Washington D.C. occurred the day after Air Florida Flight 90 crashed into a Washington bridge on January 13, 1982, killing 78 people. On the air, Stern made a call to Air Florida Airlines and asked what the fare was for a one-way ticket from Washington National Airport to the 14th Street Bridge. Though exceptionally crass and politically incorrect, Stern's attempt to connect the tragedy with airline finances is a biting satire of any situation which places profits ahead of public safety.
That June 29, Stern was fired from DC101 radio after being suspended for criticizing his station management and two other radio stations. Stern's lawyer alleged, "It's our view that the real reason they've fired Stern is they would like to get new DC101 DJs 'The GreaseMan' and 'Adam Smasher' on the air as soon as possible, and hope the audience forgets about Howard, and that's a perfectly rational business judgment."
When he joined WNBC in 1981, his first show was an overnight program where he introduced the character Lance Eluction, New York's first gay disc jockey, partially in retaliation for being forced to do a "practice show" which he considered to be the ultimate insult since he had already demonstrated his talent by being top of the market in Washington. There were over 5,000 telephone calls to NBC's switchboard during that overnight call. The segment was re-enacted for Private Parts, though Stern didn't mention that he and Fred were suspended for three days after this, their first NBC broadcast.
Early in his career, before he was allowed to adopt his all-talk format, he was required to play records and would frequently irritate station management by tunelessly singing along.
Stern referred to himself as the "King Of All Media," a parody of Michael Jackson's claim to the title "King of Pop." To his subjects this title is true, as they have been loyal consumers of The King's radio shows, television shows, books, pay-per-view events and movies.
Fines have occasionally been issued against radio stations airing his show, generally for violating Federal Communications Commission|FCC requirements regarding content. Still, the parent conglomerate that hosted Stern's show, Viacom (of which Infinity Broadcasting, now CBS Radio was a subsidiary before Viacom and CBS Corporation were split), seemed to consider these fines a necessary price to pay in order to support Stern's continuing popularity.
As of 2004|As of November 2004, the show, typically airing in the morning, was syndicated on 45 radio stations all across the U.S. (27 owned by Infinity/CBS Radio), down from Stern's peak syndication of 62 stations. The stations are not allowed to streaming media|stream the show over the internet.
In 1992, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fined Infinity Broadcasting $600,000 after Stern discussed masturbation|masturbating to a picture of Aunt Jemima. His exact statement was "The closest I came to making love to a black woman was I, uh, masturbated to a picture of Aunt Jemima on a pancake box. I splooged right on her kerchief." (Stern has since revealed on the air that he did make love to a black woman between his divorce and meeting his girlfriend Beth.)
In 1994, Stern embarked on a political campaign for Governor of New York, formally announcing his candidacy under the Libertarian Party of New York|Libertarian Party ticket. Although he legally qualified for the office and campaigned for a short time after his nomination, many viewed the run for office as nothing more than a publicity stunt. He subsequently withdrew his candidacy because he did not want to comply with the financial disclosure requirements for candidates. He claimed that he had ultimately decided to support the Republican, George Pataki, who wound up winning over incumbent Mario Cuomo, and Stern was seen shaking Pataki's hand on television in congratulation.
In March of 1995, one day before the funeral of slain Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla, Stern played the sounds of gunshots in the background over some of her music. He also made comments that were considered racist by many people, such as "Alvin and the Chipmunks have more soul", and "Hispanic|Spanish people have the worst taste in music...they have no depth." Pressured to apologize, Stern instead read a statement in Spanish language|Spanish saying the gunshot effects were not meant to offend.
In 1997, Stern's autobiography|autobiographical book, Private Parts, was adapted to film. The movie did moderately well at box offices and in video release, garnering a total of over $60 million. He had also announced plans for a film provisionally titled The Adventures of Fartman based on a character created for his appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards in 1992, but later revealed that this was a spur-of-the-moment comment that he had made when pressed about his film career, and to date, no production on any such film has begun.
On his September 2, 1997 show, Stern went into an anti-France|French rant to commemorate his show's first broadcast in Canada. He said "I've been picking on the French people for 15 years. I don't like French people. I felt that during World War II, France betrayed us. I believe that what they did was the most cowardly act. That when the Nazis marched into France, the French bent over... When I was over in France recently, Americans are looked at as dirt, as filth. We are the people that liberated them during WWII. They would be Nazis, they would be under the Nazi regime right now. They should only be kissing our asses, singing our praises." 
Being a personality that most people either love or hate, he has had his share of stalkers and death threats. On January 15, 1998 Lance Carvin, who had been stalking Stern, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for threatening to kill Stern and his family.
His April 21, 1999 show drew angry criticism and official "censure" from the Colorado State Legislature for his comment regarding the motives of the two male students who murdered 12 classmates and one teacher in the Columbine High School massacre in Colorado:
- "There were some really good-looking girls running out with their hands over their heads. Did those kids try to have sex with any of the good-looking girls? They didn't even do that? At least if you're going to kill yourself and kill all the kids, why wouldn't you have some sex? If I was going to kill some people, I'd take them out with sex."
Stern did not apologize for his words but instead argued that his comments were an attempt to figure out what was wrong with the two attackers.
Also in 1997, Stern's show aired for the first time in Canada, appearing on CILQ ("Q107") in Toronto, Ontario|Toronto and CHOM in Montreal. His first broadcast included a song "Hail to the king, Howard Stern, Howard Stern" over which Stern commented that "I'll be saying penis internationally" and "Canada was discovered by a French polack... he invented the recipe for ice". He also played a parody version of the O Canada|Canadian national anthem ("Oh Canada! Howard Stern has conquered your land... The CRTC / Has said / They'll try / To get us off the air..."), over which he made many comments including "It's an angry language" about French.
Both stations eventually cancelled Stern's show, CHOM in 1998 and CILQ in November 2001, each for diffeant reasons. For most of the time that the stations did air Stern's program, they were required to monitor the show for offensive content through the use of broadcast delays. Stern has commented on-air that the Canadian government disapproved of his use of the ethnic slur polack, and that was one of the reasons why his show is no longer broadcast in Canada.
CHOM was put up for sale in 1998 and it was felt that after frequent listener complaints to the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission|CRTC; due to the Sten Show, and the ensuing litigation it would detract from the Station's sale value.
CILQ's canecellation of Stern was for quite a differant reason; a personal vendetta by the newly appointed CEO of CORUS Radio John Cassady who Stern refers to as Pig Vomit, and has been a long time enemy of the show, since firing Stern from NBC, in the 1980s. At the time it was taken off the air in Toronto The Howard Stern Show was the highest rated program during its time. Many of his fans continued to listen Stern via an uncensored carrier station in Buffalo, New York.
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The Move to Satellite Radio
On October 6, 2004, Stern announced on his show that he signed a five-year, $500 million deal with the satellite radio service Sirius Satellite Radio|Sirius. The deal, which took effect on January 1, 2006, enabled Stern to broadcast his show without the content restrictions imposed by the FCC. Stern's move to satellite radio has been compared with Milton Berle's move to television in 1948 - both Stern and Berle are/were the leading radio personalities of their times (Related: Milton Berle was an occasional guest on the Howard Stern Show).
In addition, the Sirius deal gave Stern two channels of his own, "Howard 100" and "Howard 101." Both of these channels launched in October 2005. Although Stern himself was not able to broadcast on Sirius until his Infinity contract expired, he had been producing content to fill the otherwise dead air. Shows have included a live, 24-hour broadcast of Wack Pack member "Wendy the Retard," another 24-hour broadcast of "The Wack Pack|High Pitch Erik" which featured the weighing of his excrement, and auditions of other Wack Packers for their own permanent shows. A legitimate news team of award-winning journalists was put together to launch "Howard 100 News," a nightly broadcast of "all things Howard." Stern also announced fellow shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge would have his own nightly talk show starting in January on one of his stations. Howard himself is only heard four days a week, Monday through Thursday, live.
This move has been met with much controversy, as Stern talked about his move to Sirius on his show, even telling listeners how to purchase Sirius equipment and subscriptions. To promote this latest venture, Stern held a rally in New York City|New York where he gave out coupons for free or discounted Sirius equipment. His impending move to Sirius resulted in some radio stations censoring him every time he mentioned the words "Sirius" or "satellite radio". In one incident, Farid Suleman of Citadel Broadcasting Corporation|Citadel Broadcasting went so far as to have billed Stern $200,000 for the plugs he'd given Sirius on his show. Stern's response was, "Keep sending me bills. Like I'm going to pay 'em," which he publicly stated on his show. Stern and his colleagues, and even callers, began to "censor" themselves by saying "eh-ehhh-eh" instead of "Sirius" or "satellite radio."
On April 6, 2005, Stern pleaded on-air for Infinity Broadcasting to let him out of his contract, citing the reason of possible prosecution, per U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner Jr.'s recommendation. FMQB.com quoted Stern as saying about his current employer, "They're holding me to the contract and I'm afraid to break the contract, because I don't want to ever do anything illegal or wrong. I'm very, very clear on that. I'm a pretty honest guy. I try to live by the laws, but it seems like I'm being set up."  It must also be added that within Stern's contract with Viacom/Infinity, if he were to have been fired or his show cancelled, his employer would have had to pay out a twenty million dollar fee as a result of this early termination to him and his production company.
On June 22, 2005, it was announced that production of the Howard Stern television show on E! would be ending. The last new episode was taped on July 1 and aired on July 8. E! continued to rerun the show until December 31, 2005.
On October 25, 2005, Infinity Broadcasting (now CBS Radio) announced Stern's replacements on every station it owned that broadcasted Stern. These replacements include:
- The David Lee Roth Show broadcasts from Howard Stern's former radio studio at K-Rock to such cities as New York City, Philadelphia and Boston, Massachusetts|Boston
- Adam Carolla broadcasts to such cities as Los Angeles, Portland, Oregon|Portland, San Diego, California|San Diego and Las Vegas, Nevada|Las Vegas
- Penn Jillette broadcasts from Las Vegas.
- Rover's Morning Glory in Chicago, Rochester, New York|Rochester, Detroit, and Cleveland.
- CNN news radio in Houston, Texas|Houston
- Jack FM music in Sacramento, California|Sacramento, Buffalo, New York|Buffalo and Fresno, California|Fresno
- The Sports Junkies in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland|Baltimore.
It was announced on November 7, 2005, that Infinity Broadcasting suspended Stern from going live on air on November 8 2005, because Stern was promoting his move to Sirius radio too much.
It was revealed in the December 12, 2005 issue of New York Magazine that XM Satellite Radio was prepared to offer Howard a $30 million dollar per-year contract in 2004. XM executives were slow to close the deal, giving Sirius the chance it needed.
When asked why he picked Sirius Satellite Radio|Sirius over the competitor, XM, Howard replied that he "always liked the underdog. Every radio station I ever went to was a toilet bowl." He has also stated that during very preliminary negotiations with XM, he found the management to be slow and unresponsive while Sirius was "nimble". Stern's budget with Sirius Satellite Radio|Sirius, including all operating costs, is $500 million for the 5 year contract.
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- The Howard Stern Show (WWOR show): 69 episodes; July 14, 1990–Aug 1, 1992; often called "The Channel 9 Show" because WWOR is Channel 9 in the New York metropolitan area.
- The Howard Stern Interview (E! show): 36 episodes; 1992–1993
- Howard Stern (E! show): 2,278 episodes; 1994–July 8, 2005
- The Howard Stern Radio Show (syndicated): 1998–2001
- Howard Stern on Demand (iN DEMAND): Uncensored E! shows available since November 18, 2005; new shows available April 2006
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Regulars on the Howard Stern show
- Beth Ostrosky
- Ben Stern
- Rae Stern
- Ed Torian
- Dr. Sal Calabro
- Adam Carolla
- Ralph Cirella
- Heidi Cortez|Heidi Cortez
- Lee Mroszak|Crazy Cabbie
- Doug Stanhope
- Gary Garver
- Gilbert Gottfried
- Donald Trump
- Jenna Jameson
- Jessica Hahn
- Touch-Tone Terrorists
- Jimmy Kimmel
- Mike Walker
- Pamela Anderson
- Vinny Favale
Former cast and crew
- Dead Air Dave (mid-80's, succeeded Howard and Gary as show's celebrity interviewer, a job he passed on to Stuttering John in 1988)
- Billy West (1994 - 1995)
- Steve Grillo
- Gay Rich
- Jackie Martling (1982-2001; left in March 2001)
- John Melendez (Stuttering John) (1988-2004; left March 2004 to work on The Tonight Show)
- KC Armstrong (fired September 2004 over drug abuse)
- Tom Chiusano (1985-2005; WXRK Station General Manager, aka Tom Cheap-Ass-ano)
- Steve Freid (audio engineer at WXRK, appeared as Wood-Yi and in Supertwink)
Former Regulars and Celebrity Guests
- Alison Stern (Howard's 1st wife; since their split, she no longer calls in to show)
- Matthew McGrory|Bigfoot (Died Aug 9, 2005)
- Bill Maher (angry at the show staff, refuses to appear anymore)
- Bob Hope (Died July 27, 2003)
- Crackhead Bob (made his return on October 9, 2006)
- Gina Girl (no longer appears)
- Gina Man (no longer appears)
- The Wack Pack|Hank the Angry, Drunken Dwarf (Died Sept 4, 2001)
- Jerry Seinfeld (angry at show staff, refuses to appear anymore)
- Pat Cooper (made his return, after seven years on October 4, 2006)
- Penn Jillette
- Richard Simmons (made his return, after more than a decade on November 16, 2006)
- Rodney Dangerfield (Died October 5, 2004)
- Sam Kinison (Died Apr 10, 1992)
- Ted the Janitor (deceased)
- Tiny Tim (Died Nov 30, 1996)
- The Ramones (most members deceased)
- The Jesus Twins (no longer appears)
Frequent Show Games and Bits
(Discontinued games and bits are noted as historical. Winning a game usually gives a cash prize, losing usually involves nudity or humiliation.)
- Robin's News (daily ending of the show, Robin reads the news and they discuss or make fun of it)
- Guess Who's The Jew (historical)
- Lesbian Dial-a-Date (historical)
- Lesbian Dating Game (historical)
- The Stupid Bowl
- The Wack Pack#Daniel Carver|Daniel Carver's KKK Movie Review (historical)
- The Homeless Game and many variants, often played with call-in guests
- The Gossip Game with Mike Walker from the National Enquirer
- The F-Emmies
- Stump The Booey (song recognition contest against Gary; getting a question wrong requires removing an article of clothing, Gary usually wins)
- Stump The Perv (guests compete against Richard Christie, Richard usually wins)
- Win Fred's Money (timed trivia contest; losing to Fred involves nudity, Fred usually wins)
- 'Who Wants to be a Turkish Millionaire'
Common Show Sayings and Soundbites
(Only current Soundbites and Sayings listed. Many of the soundbites have been discontinued as Stern was not allowed to bring them over to Howard 100 at Sirius Satellite Radio)
- "Hey Now!" (Stern's greeting, based on Hank from The Larry Sanders Show)
- "Bababooey" (used as everything from a nickname to a drop-in Stern reference during phony telephone calls)
- "Oh my!" (George Takei)
- "I love to / touch / black / wang." (cut-together George Takei)
- "How 'bout a reach-around?" (Mike Walker)
- "Shut up! Sit down!" (Stern's father screaming at him in an old family recording)
- "I told you not to be stupid, you moron." (Stern's father yelling at him in an old family recording)
- "Suck my beep-beep-beep" (Pat_O%27Brien_%28television%29|Pat O'Brien answering machine messages turned into a parody of Buster Poindexter's song "Hot, Hot, Hot" - Stern played an uncensored version of the recording on January 9, 2006 - his first day on Sirius)
- "This is gettin' to be ri-god-damn-diculous!"
- "Sssssssscott!" (Yelled by Mindy Sterling, a character from the Austin Powers movies, and played whenever Stern Show engineer Scott Salem was in the studio)
- "It doesn't matter!" (screamed by Beetlejuice)
- "Ooooooh, Cunty" (Alexis Stewart, Martha Stewart’s daughter.)
- Howard Stern Official Web Site
- Howard Stern Biography - About.com
- Howard Stern - Sirius Radio information site
- Stern Fan Network
- Marks Friggin (daily radio show summaries; extensive archive)
- King Of All Media Website (daily Howard Stern news digest)
- Howard Stern in Space December 2005 New York Magazine article
- Stern Discusses The Murder Of Selena
- The infamous "Bababooey"/ OJ chase call made to Peter Jennings; site requires free registration.
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