Howard Stern

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Howard Stern is an American radio personality and television show host born in 1954 in New York City, New York. He is the host of The Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM satellite radio. Stern originally rose to fame as a syndicated shock jock radio host from 1986 to 2005. In 2012, he began to serve as host of the television reality show America’s Got Talent. Stern has written two books and starred in the comedy film Private Parts. During his career, he won the Billboard Nationally Syndicated Air Personality of the Year on eight occasions  and was elected to the National Radio Hall of Fame. Stern has three children and is married to actress Beth Ostrosky.

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17 Nov, 2015
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Says Sheen didn’t reveal status

Olson, who was in a relationship with Sheen when he received his HIV diagnosis, tells Howard Stern that he never informed her about his status. She said that there were threesomes and a “stream” of women he slept with, and that he wanted to use lambskin condoms, which are ineffective in protecting against sexually transmitted infections. She says she has been tested for HIV and does not have the infection.

We were sleeping together every night. Never said anything. ‘I’m clean,’ he told me. ‘I’m clean, I’m clean. There were times when we didn’t use condoms.

When Stern asks if Sheen owes her an apology:

I don’t want it … I’d say ‘fuck you’ and hang up the phone.

Bree Olson: Charlie Sheen Never Told Me About HIV

24 Aug, 2015
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Stern: Trump will be nominee

Makes Statement

Stern says Trump will be the 2016 GOP presidential nominee.

I’ll tell you why I think he’s going to be the nominee: He’s proven that no matter what he says, people dig him. [Voters] hate illegal immigrants but they just feel funny saying it — whether it’s rational or not — ‘Is the illegal immigrant draining your economy?’ Possibly. ‘Is he taking away your job?’ Possibly. I think more or less, people are super tired of politicians, meaning that they like the idea of a successful businessman running the country who might actually be able to get s— done…But the problem with it is, and Donald Trump will find this: being the president isn’t like being the president of a corporation. You still got to go through Congress for everything you want to do. And that’s the tough part. You’ve got to be one who can consolidate on both sides of the aisle, some sort of coalition. And it’s very difficult.

31 Jan, 2014
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60th birthday party

SiriusXM throws an elaborate party at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom for Stern’s 60th birthday. A-list celebrities like Bryan Cranston, Joan Rivers and Lena Dunham attend and John Mayer, John Fogerty and Jewel perform live. The show is broadcast for free to subscribers and non-subscribers alike on the SiriusXM website.

8 Aug, 2013
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Ties Cowell on Forbes’ Highest Paid

Stern and The X Factor judge Simon Cowell top Forbes’ list of the Highest Paid American Television Personalities. Both bring in total estimated earnings of $95 Million between June 2012 and June 2013.

14 May, 2012
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Howard Stern interview

Seacrest interviews Stern during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about judging on America’s Got Talent. 

I don’t know. I’m trying it out this year, and I want to see if America likes it then you know it would influence me. I have a year deal, and an informal thing if I come back a second year.

9 Jan, 2006
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First Sirius show

Stern debuts on Sirius Satellite Radio on his own channel, Howard 100. Though the show is plagued with technical issues in the early going, the debut delivers the content that Stern’s fan base expects. George Takei serves as the show’s announcer and Stern takes a few minutes to criticize his East Coast CBS Radio replacement, David Lee Roth.

Howard Stern – First Sirius Show 1-9-06 Part 1 (re-upload)

31 Dec, 1993
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New Year’s Rotten Eve

Stern hosts a New Year’s Eve special on pay-per-view called New Year’s Rotten Eve, which is carried on more than 1,300 cable television systems, drawing 300,000 viewers. Viewers pay $39.95 for the program, which produces $12 million to $16 million revenues. The highlight of the show is the Miss Howard Stern New Year’s Eve Pageant, in which forty women and one man, John Wayne Bobbitt, compete for the title of Miss Howard Stern. New Year’s Rotten Eve is Stern’s final PPV special.

Howard Stern, Rotten New Years Eve Pageant 1994 John Wayne Bobbit

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