Howard Stern

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Howard Allan Stern (born January 12, 1954) is an American radio and television personality, producer, author, actor, and photographer.wikipedia
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The Howard Stern Show

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He is best known for his radio show The Howard Stern Show, which gained popularity when it was nationally syndicated on terrestrial radio from 1986 to 2005.
The Howard Stern Show is the longtime radio show hosted by American radio personality Howard Stern that gained wide recognition when it was nationally syndicated on terrestrial radio from WXRK in New York City, between 1986 and 2005.

Private Parts (book)

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His two books, Private Parts (1993) and Miss America (1995), entered The New York Times Best Seller list at number one and sold over one million copies.
Private Parts is the first book by American radio personality Howard Stern.

Miss America (book)

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His two books, Private Parts (1993) and Miss America (1995), entered The New York Times Best Seller list at number one and sold over one million copies.
Miss America is the second book by American radio personality Howard Stern, released on November 7, 1995 by ReganBooks.

America's Got Talent

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From 2012 to 2015, he served as a judge on America's Got Talent.
Further changes were made to the panel and show's host in later seasons, as a direct result of each respective member having a need to focus on other TV commitments - Springer was forced to leave after the third season, and was replaced by Nick Cannon for the fourth season; Hasselhoff left the show after the fourth season, and so was replaced by Howie Mandel for the fifth season as a direct result; Morgan left after the sixth season, leading to his replacement by Howard Stern for the seventh season.

Howard Stern Comes Again

Stern's third book, Howard Stern Comes Again, was released in 2019.
Howard Stern Comes Again is the third book by American radio personality Howard Stern, released on May 14, 2019 by Simon & Schuster.

WXPK

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From 1976 to 1982, Stern developed his on-air personality through morning positions at WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York, WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut, WWWW in Detroit, Michigan, and WWDC in Washington, D.C. Stern worked afternoons at WNBC in New York City from 1982 until his firing in 1985.
It was there, in 1976 that Howard Stern obtained his first paying radio job as a DJ and program director.

WLLZ (FM)

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From 1976 to 1982, Stern developed his on-air personality through morning positions at WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York, WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut, WWWW in Detroit, Michigan, and WWDC in Washington, D.C. Stern worked afternoons at WNBC in New York City from 1982 until his firing in 1985.
The station is most remembered today as one of the early radio jobs for Howard Stern, who was brought in from Hartford, Connecticut, to host mornings, beginning April 21, 1980.

WCCC (FM)

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From 1976 to 1982, Stern developed his on-air personality through morning positions at WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York, WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut, WWWW in Detroit, Michigan, and WWDC in Washington, D.C. Stern worked afternoons at WNBC in New York City from 1982 until his firing in 1985.
WCCC-FM was the home of Howard Stern beginning in late 1979, where he hosted the station's morning show.

WNYL (FM)

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In 1985, he began a 20-year run at WXRK in New York City; his morning show entered syndication in 1986 and aired in 60 markets and attracted 20 million listeners at its peak. In a press conference held in October 1985, Stern announced the signing of a five-year contract with Infinity Broadcasting worth an estimated $500,000 to host afternoons on its rock music station WXRK from November 18.
After being fired from WNBC in October 1985, Howard Stern signed on to do afternoons, and initially combined music with talk, but on February 18, 1986, Stern took over the morning slot.

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It was at WCCC where Stern first met Fred Norris, the overnight disc jockey, who went on to become Stern's writer and producer since 1981.
Eric Fred Norris (born Fred Leo Nukis; July 9, 1955) is an American radio personality and the longest-tenured staff member of The Howard Stern Show, aside from Stern himself.

Infinity Broadcasting Corporation

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In a press conference held in October 1985, Stern announced the signing of a five-year contract with Infinity Broadcasting worth an estimated $500,000 to host afternoons on its rock music station WXRK from November 18.
It became associated with popular radio personalities like Howard Stern, Opie and Anthony, Don Imus and Mike Francesa.

List of The Howard Stern Show staff

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The former was made into a biographical comedy film in 1997 that had Stern and his radio show staff star as themselves.
Producer Gary Dell'Abate interviewed Melendez and mentioned his stuttering problem to Stern, who decided to hire him as a field reporter.

John Hayes (radio)

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Program director John Hayes explained: "Over the course of time we made a very conscious effort to make Stern aware that certain elements of the program should be changed ... I don't think it's appropriate to say what those specifics were".
John Hayes is an American radio executive, famously named "The Incubus" by Howard Stern from his days as Vice President and General Manager at WNBC.

WNBC (AM)

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From 1976 to 1982, Stern developed his on-air personality through morning positions at WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York, WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut, WWWW in Detroit, Michigan, and WWDC in Washington, D.C. Stern worked afternoons at WNBC in New York City from 1982 until his firing in 1985.
In the fall of 1982 to much fanfare, Howard Stern was brought in from WWDC-FM in Washington, D.C., to do afternoon drive.

Shock jock

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In April 1982, four months before he started at WNBC, NBC Magazine aired a critical news report on shock radio by Douglas Kiker that centered around Stern and the controversial nature of his show.
Greene was an influence on Howard Stern, whose radio shows in the 1980s led to the first widespread use of the term "shock jock".

Federal Communications Commission fines of The Howard Stern Show

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He became the most fined radio host when the Federal Communications Commission issued fines totaling $2.5 million to station owners for content it deemed indecent.
The FCC had received complaints about Howard Stern as early as 1981, but its limited power at the time prevented further action taking place.

Don Imus

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While at WNBC Stern also began his longtime feud with its morning host Don Imus.
Following the addition of Howard Stern in afternoons in 1982, he and Imus began a longtime feud though both were paired on WNBC print and television advertisements.

Fartman (Howard Stern)

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Stern appeared at the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards as Fartman, a fictional superhero originating from the humor magazine National Lampoon.
Fartman is a fictional superhero, popularized and portrayed by American radio "shock jock" Howard Stern.

Larry Sloman

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He spent the summer writing it with collaborator Larry "Ratso" Sloman and editor Judith Regan, calling the experience "the most challenging thing I have ever done in my career".
He is best known for his collaboration with Howard Stern on the radio personality's two best-selling books, Private Parts and Miss America.

WTBU (radio station)

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In his second year, he started work at the campus radio station WTBU, where he played records, read the news, and hosted interview programs.
Famous WTBU alum include Howard Stern, the self-proclaimed King of All Media.

The Late Show (1986 talk show)

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Stern's first venture into television began when the Fox network sought a replacement for The Late Show, a late-night talk show hosted by Joan Rivers.
On April 16, 1987, a meeting was held between Howard Stern and management of WNYW, Fox's flagship television station.

Boston University

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Stern landed his first radio jobs while at Boston University.
These include radio personality Howard Stern, Bravo executive Andy Cohen, CBS producer Gordon Hyatt, celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito, bestselling self-help author Mark Manson, reality show contestant and television host Rob Mariano, and cohost of Project Runway and fashion editor for Marie Claire Magazine Nina Garcia.

Robin Quivers

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The station then paired Stern with Robin Quivers, a former nurse in the air force and news reporter at WFBR in Baltimore.
In March 1981, radio personality Howard Stern started his new morning program at WWDC (FM) in Washington, DC.

Michael Levine (DEA)

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After Stern joked about drugs being used backstage at the show, Michael Levine of the Drug Enforcement Administration complained to the Daily News which sparked media attention, though no investigation was made.
In March 1988, Levine wrote a letter to the New York Daily News about how he wanted to arrest Howard Stern after Stern had been joking on the radio about drugs being used backstage before his pay-per-view show Howard Stern's Negligeé and Underpants Party.

Roosevelt, New York

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In 1955, the family moved to Roosevelt, New York, on Long Island where Stern attended Washington-Rose Elementary School followed by Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School.