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  Howard Stern Live
Howard Stern, the richest and filthiest man in the history of radio, was interviewed on Radio 4 yesterday morning by Martin Bashir.
You could have just gone on the Howard Stern where he would humiliate you and your small breasts until you cry and beg for the free surgery.
Shock jock Howard Stern is famous for his wild radio show, but the death of a local fan had him showing his softer side.
www.sternlive.com   (390 words)

 The Howard Stern Show & Wack Pack Review
Personally, I Think The Howard Stern Show is Hilarious.
The results are in and it looks like High Pitch Mike is gonna get some Smelly Siobhan Vagina in his face for 70 seconds......
Today Howard Announced that Sirius now has the r...
the-howard-stern-show.blogspot.com   (338 words)

 Howard Stern Biography News Movie DVD Video Wallpaper Picture
Howard Stern Biography News Movie DVD Video Wallpaper Picture
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An Ohio radio station has dumped shock jock Howard Stern's syndicated morning show amid new Federal Communications Commission indecency probes.
www.famous-people-search.com /howard_stern   (126 words)

  SIRIUS Satellite Radio - Howard Stern Uncensored on SIRIUS - Join the Revolution
Howard shared that he and his fiancée Beth O are considering having a "real" wedding, as opposed to previously stating they would have an intimate affair.
Howard 100 News takes and in-depth look at what could turn out to be the most-talked-about event in Stern Show history.
Howard’s father was an engineer for the classic cartoon "Tennessee Tuxedo" recorded in New York City in the '60s – and now you can hear outtakes of Ben Stern running a recording session for the Tennessee Tuxedo theme song.
www.sirius.com /howardstern1   (625 words)

  Celebrity Capricorn Profile Howard Stern - Zodiac Central Capricorn - AOL Horoscopes
Howard Stern may not like to be called a "shock jock," but for almost three decades his unique brand of raunch radio has sent ripples through the broadcast industry.
Now in his fifties, Howard Stern is still cashing in on the type of low-brow adolescent humor that most guys leave behind in college.
Howard Stern's act may seem as disorganized as a frat party, but the madness is well-planned.
horoscopes.aol.com /astrology/zodiac-central/capricorn/howard-stern   (686 words)

  Howard Stern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stern said his mother ran her house with "the intensity of Hitler" and that his father often called him a moron.
A hallmark of Stern's humor was that he often expressed how tempted he was by the strippers, porn stars, and lesbians who appeared on his show, but always insisted that he had to be faithful to his wife.
Stern himself even brought up the fact that the network had the option to "push the button" on his program, taking him off the air, if they did not agree with what he was saying and putting out before the public.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Howard_Stern   (1761 words)

 Howard Stern FAQ [Frequently Asked Questions]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Howard sensed quickly that this woman was a little "off" and he asked her if so- she said she's not retarded, just "slow".
Howard attracted a record number of people to his Wall Street, NY signing (where I got mine signed, and was on FOX 5 news that night having it signed), and signed a record number of books, the previous record being held by Mohammed Ali, the boxer.
Howard called her up while she was hiding in her trailer in Long Island, got her in touch with some 'people' who made a deal with Playboy for big bucks, and got her a life.
scifi.squawk.com /howard.html   (10935 words)

 Howard Stern vs. Rush Limbaugh @ WWWF Grudge Match
Howard, in the meantime, is yelling at Baba Booey to release the sandbags so that his balloon (shaped like a giant butt, so when flames are shot into it, kind of looks like Fartman) can get airborne.
Stern was busy entertaining a collection of bimbi in his wicker basket in honor of his eventual triumph over that "fat doodyhead".
Stern's hair created so much drag for him, that he averaged only 2 miles per hour, which allowed Rush to make hundreds of pit stops to eat dinner, reload on Twinkies, and preach his right-wing propaganda to everyone along the race course.
www.grudge-match.com /History/rush-howard.shtml   (4334 words)

 Howard Stern   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Howard has chosen to protect the privacy of his girlfriend of two years rather than stay to true to his millions of loyal listeners, who made him what he is today.
Howard Stern jumped the shark the moment he went from being an outsider commenting on the idiocy of fame and society to becoming one of the very people he so expertly disected before.
Howard is working on this girl because his two older daughters are old enough to realize how shabbily he has treated their mother, and aren't going to give him a pass so easily for his running out.
www.jumptheshark.com /h/howardstern.htm   (19142 words)

 SatRadio: Howard Stern Archives
Howard Stern continues to discuss the possibility of leaving for satellite radio on his daily show.
Reuters is also reporting that new FCC fines and guidelines could push "shock jocks" like Howard Stern to the freer air of satellite radio, but according to the report, such a move would likely mean smaller audiences and thinner paychecks.
Stern's current radio contract is up in less than 2 years and given the cantankerous relationship he has had with Viacom President and COO Mel Karmazin, the "King of All Media" might go elsewhere.
www.strathlachlan.com /satradio/howard_stern/index.html   (926 words)

 Howard Stern's schwing voters - Salon
Declaring a "radio jihad" against President Bush, syndicated morning man Howard Stern and his burgeoning crusade to drive Republicans from the White House are shaping up as a colossal media headache for the GOP, and one they never saw coming.
Stern's sustained FM taunts come at a tough time for the White House, which has watched Bush's approval ratings fall to new lows.
The jock still condemns Clear Channel and its Republican connections, but most of Stern's firepower today is directed squarely at Bush and his close association with the religious right, which Stern says is the driving force behind the FCC crackdown on indecency.
dir.salon.com /story/news/feature/2004/03/12/stern/index.html   (1239 words)

 Howard Stern - OApedia - the Opie and Anthony encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Howard ran afoul of Opie and Anthony by implementing a gag order on them when they worked for Infinity Broadcasting, such that they could not mention his name on their show.
After signing on to XM, Opie and Anthony have been free to point out Howard's hypocrisies and often play embarrassing clips of him, including one where Howard promotes XM satellite radio, even though he signed a contract with their competitor Sirius.
Howard has "done it all" and also claimed to be the creator of WOW as well as playing clips of OandA on his show without crediting them.
www.oapedia.com /oa/Howard_Stern   (212 words)

 Howard Stern News - updated 24/7!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Howard Stern is at his best when he loses his temper, or when a caller or guest catches him somewhat off guard and he says something he normally wouldn’t.
Howard Stern recently completed two weeks of radio reruns while he and the staff took an extended July 4th vacation (there was more to that last contract negotiation than money).
While the Howard Stern and Beth Ostrosky romance continues to bloom, it is time that Howard Stern - for the sake of sheer fairness - answer a few questions, the kind of questions he'd be asking a guest on his show.
www.brachman.com /more-stern.htm   (1832 words)

 Esquire's Howard Stern, American
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all radio hosts are created equal (Howard Stern's admission that he is "hung like a raisin" notwithstanding), that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Market Share.
And for that matter, we are not even arguing that Howard Stern is funny or even a "good guy" or that we require further discourse on the blumpkin.
Therefore, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of his intentions, we solemnly publish and declare that Howard Stern is absolved from all allegiance to the FCC, and any connection between them is totally dissolved.
www.esquire.com /stern   (1229 words)

 Howard Stern St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles
Howard Allen Stern was born on January 12, 1954,; in the Queens borough of New York City.
Shortly thereafter Stern was fired from DC-101 (though not for the prank call--he was fired for referring to station management as "scumbags").
Stern brought along Quivers, Norris, Gary Dell'Abate, a former producer for NBC and the show's punching bag, and his chief comedy artist, Jackie "The Jokeman" Martling, who did a large part of the show's writing.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_g1epc/is_bio/ai_2419201160   (1036 words)

 Howard Stern - Act now to clean up indecency on the airwaves!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
By monitoring the Stern radio show (we had volunteers taping the show - coast to coast and paid staff going through the tapes to determine advertisers), we were determining who the sponsors of the show were.
Once we became aware that Howard Stern was on during the 6:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Stern is riding the crest of all the controversy.
www.americandecency.org /stern   (4427 words)

 Howard Stern Photos - Howard Stern News - Howard Stern Information
Howard Allen Stern was born January 12, 1954 to Ben and Rae Stern.
Howard (on Jon Bon Jovi after a concert celebrating the launch of his new the cologne, the proceeds of which will go to several charities): I think what Jon is doing is terrific, and he's a guy who thinks about what's going on in the world.
Howard Stern changed the face of media with this hit show, which is actually a filmed version of his morning radio show.
www.tv.com /howard-stern/person/89171/summary.html   (591 words)

 MTV News | Is Howard Stern Behind Sanjaya Malakar's Staying Power On 'Idol'?
Stern — a self-professed "Idol" junkie, much to the chagrin of his mostly male audience and buoyant sidekick, funnyman Artie Lange —; has thrown his full support behind the 17-year-old finalist, considered by many to be this season's underdog.
Stern has said he's even toying with the idea of sending show writer Benjy Bronk out on the streets of Manhattan with a sign, urging the public to vote for Sanjaya.
Bronx, NY If Howard Stern gets so many people to listen to him, he should be held responsible for the issues Sanjaya is going to face when he's voted "American Idol" winner and only sells three copies of his album — one to his mother, one to his sister and one to that crying girl.
www.mtv.com /news/articles/1555113/20070320/index.jhtml   (799 words)

 Howard Stern - Libertarian
Stern, who has been fined numerous times by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for indecency, also sounds like a libertarian when it comes to free speech.
(Stern's decision to invite a stripper to the nominating convention lent ammunition to those who saw it as a publicity stunt.) Stern encouraged his fans to join the Libertarian Party of New York so they could vote for him at the party's nominating convention.
Stern also had three national television shows: The Howard Stern Interview on E! (1992–1993); the syndicated Howard Stern Radio Show (1998–2001); and Howard Stern on E! In 2004, Forbes magazines ranked him #30 on its list of the 100 Top Celebrities in America.
www.theadvocates.org /celebrities/howard-stern.html   (1116 words)

 Howard Stern's New Challenge, Shock Jock Has Second Thoughts About Cancer Prayer - CBS News
Over the last 20 years, 52-year-old Howard Stern and his raunchy, adolescent male humor have changed the face of morning radio and made him number one, with as many as 22 million listeners a day during his heyday, most of them men.
Stern had signed a $500 million five-year contract that pays his salary and the costs of doing there, starting last January, what he did on free radio: entertain millions while offending millions.
Stern is unrepentant about the material he has been fined, censored and criticized for, unrepentant about the incessant chatter about sex and excrement, the racial and gender stereotyping, and the vicious attacks on his perceived enemies, like one in 1992, when he talked about former FCC Commissioner Alfred Sikes.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2005/12/01/60minutes/main1090737.shtml   (785 words)

 CNN.com - Stern challenges FCC chairman on air - Oct 26, 2004
(CNN) -- Howard Stern got into a heated exchange with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell during a radio call-in show Tuesday, with the shock jock saying the only reason Powell is in his position is because of his father, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Stern said a friend told him the commissioner was going to be on the show and he decided to call because Powell "consistently avoids me and avoids answering my questions."
Over the years, Stern has repeatedly been in government cross hairs over a show known for its explicit and salacious discussions about, for example, rough sex, masturbation and the virtues of slavery.
www.cnn.com /2004/SHOWBIZ/10/26/stern.fcc/index.html   (649 words)

 Wired 13.03: Howard Stern and the Satellite Wars
When it became obvious that even the mighty Howard Stern was going to lose that fight, he decided to leave the dial entirely.
Now Howard Stern is taking on not just one establishment but two: the FCC indecency cops and the terrestrial radio conglomerates.
For them, Stern's admission that he is "hung like a raisin" and his frankness about his own prejudices changes the calculus of offense.
www.wired.com /wired/archive/13.03/stern.html   (1083 words)

 CNN.com - Stern lambastes Bush, FCC - Jun 30, 2004
In February, Clear Channel pulled Stern from six of the stations it owns after the FCC fined the company $495,000 for Stern comments that were deemed indecent.
Stern accused Clear Channel of taking him off the air not for reasons of obscenity but because he had spoken out against President Bush.
Stern lashed out against Bush administration's policies on everything from the environment, to stem cell research and the war in Iraq.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/06/30/stern.bush/index.html   (424 words)

 Howard Stern makes a Sirius pitch to switch - Dec. 9, 2004
Howard!" under the direction of midriff-baring cheerleaders turned out to get the free goods in Manhattan's Union Square and hear Stern make his case for listeners to pay for radio.
Stern gave away 500 boombox units and thousands of certificates for free radios from a mobile stage adorned with American flags while Ozzy Osborne's 'Crazy Train' and Rage Against the Machine blared from giant side speakers.
The radios Stern was handing out reportedly sell for $99 but listeners will have to fork over another $12.95 a month for the subscription.
money.cnn.com /2004/11/18/news/newsmakers/stern   (453 words)

 Howard Stern is getting Sirius on the airwaves - Today Entertainment - MSNBC.com
Howard Stern is making his move to Sirius satellite radio, and Sirius is betting $500 million that fans will shell out $12.95 a month to hear more from the shock jock who brought something called “butt-bongo” to the airwaves.
Stern: I think I came on the scene and I was this breath of fresh air, if you will, when I went on the air.
Stern: I've heard so many people say, "You need the government clamping down on you to be outrageous." Early in my career I didn't have the government clamping down on me. The fact of the matter is that was my best radio.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/10341460   (1047 words)

 SPACE.com -- Howard Stern to Join Sirius Satellite Radio
Stern, who battled for years with the FCC and conservative critics over his salacious show's content, will move to the national distributor of commercial-free music and sport programming when his contract with Infinity Broadcasting expires in 15 months.
Stern's show, full of sexually explicit remarks and off-color humor, corners the radio market among males 18-49 years of age and ranks No. 1 in many of the 46 major markets where his show is broadcast.
Sirius CEO Joseph P. Clayton called Stern "an entertainment force of unprecedented recognition and popularity in the broadcast world." Both Clayton and Stern predicted the shock jock will change the face of satellite radio and boost listenership.
www.space.com /entertainment/stern_sirius_041006.html   (641 words)

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