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The Howard Stern Show
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Radio Personality
    (May 13, 1977- )
    Howard Stern (January 12, 1954- ) - Main Personality (1977- )
    Robin Ophelia Quivers (August 8, 1952- ) - News/Second Chair (1980- )
    'Frightening' Fred Norris (July 9, 1955- ) - Sounds/Writer (Circa 1978- )
    Jackie the Jokeman Martling (February 14, 1949- ) - Former head writer (Circa 1985-2001)
    Artie Lang (October 11, 1967- ) - on-air personality (2001- )
    Benjamin Bronk - Writer (2002- )
    Gary 'Baba-Booey' Dell'Abate (March 14, 1961- ) - Producer (Circa 1982- )
    John Melendez - (1966- ) Receptionist/Interviewer (1989-2004)
    Billy West - Former voice guy (1994-95)
    Howard's radio career started at Boston University's radio station, WTBU on the 'King Schmaltz Bagel Hour'
    First commercial broadcast from WRNW in Bryn Myr, NY (1977)
    Fred Norris and Howard worked together in Hartford Connecticut (1978)
    Howard at WWWW, Detroit (1979-80)
    Howard pairs with Robin at WWDC - Washington DC (1980-January 1982)
    WNBC, New York City (February 1982-1984)
    WXRX, New York City (1985-December 2005)
    Syndicated WYSP, Philadelphia (1986)
    Syndicated WJFK, Washington DC (1988)
    Syndicated KLSX, Los Angeles (1991)
    Recorded '50 Ways to Rank Your Mother' (1980) and 'Crucified by the FCC' (1991)
    Pay-per-views/videos 'Howard Stern's Negligee and Underpants Party' (February 27, 1988). 'U.S. Open Sores' (September 30, 1989) 'Butt Bongo Fiesta' (1992) and 'The Miss Howard New Years Eve Pageant' (December 31, 1993)
    Five unaired Fox pilot TV shows
    Howard Stern Show on WWOR (July 14, 1990-92)
    Howard Stern TV on Demand (January 2006- )
    Howard Stern Show on E! (January 18, 1994-December 2005)
    Howard Stern Radio Show on CBS (1998-2001)
    Featured in the movie 'Howard Stern's Private Parts (1997)'
    Sirius Radio (January 9, 2006- )
    Howard takes it very personal when someone leaves the show. He was upset with Jackie, Billy West and Scott Eizinger after they left.
    They have a group of fans called the wack pack.
    The show was cancelled by WNBC because they did a bestiality Dial-a-date.
    Since the early 90's, Howard constantly threatened not to renew his radio contract. He always renewed for a five year period.
    The show was cancelled in Dallas-Fort Worth, when Howard's commentary about Selena's death was taken too seriously. Fred's sound effects of bullet shots did not help either.
    Fred plays inappropriate Jackie laughing sound effects during sad new stories.
    Robins news theme is sung by retarded people.
    Although the show claims to be about honesty and openess, it is not always. Stern will not talk about his salary or disclose his divorce settlement. Robin says she nearly died before her diet, but will not explain further . . . and no one knows what the hell is going on with Fred.
    The show has been fined over a million dollars by the F.C.C.
    They like to have enemies, so they can rant about them.
    When the show has cited someone as an enemy, Howard wished them ill, prayed for them to get cancer and even had mock funerals.
    The show finds it amusing when an inappropriate prank call mentions Stern's name even if its during a disaster.
    In a 1984 bit, David Letterman decided to man the NBC complaint phone call line. When all the calls were about the Howard Stern Show, he decided he wanted Howard as a guest.
    The show shot five pilots for Fox TV, they were never aired (May 1987).
    They trick the audience by not announcing when they are going on vacation, leaving fans with 'Best of Stern' episodes.
    They hang out with each other outside of the show, then get back on the air to trash each other about it.
    They moved to Sirius Radio - a pay radio service, obligating listeners to buy equipment and pay $13 per month to listen (January 9, 2006).
    Confusingly they call their On Demand service 'Howard Stern In Demand.
    The show has provide years of entertainment and is constantly the funniest thing in any media.
    They have a strong work ethic and rarely does a member take a sick day.
    They break plenty of stories and rarely get credit for it.
    There is a strong loyalty among the crew. Fred and Howard have worked together since Hartford in the late '70s. Robin and Howard since Washington DC in 1980. Gary joined in 1982 as Howard's go-for intern.
    When the show was cancelled on WNBC, the group stuck together and reunited on WXRK.
    Gary Dell'Abate, Stuttering John, Mike Gange, Steve Grillo and K.C. Armstrong were promoted from interns.
    The show was the first morning radio comedy show to be syndicated (August 8, 1986).
    The entire staff did an incredible job comforting their listeners by staying on the air during the September 11th World Trade Center attacks, giving theories and reporting news of the events.
    Snapple and Dial-a-Mattress claim their business grew massively by advertising on the Stern Show.
    The show dropped sports, weather and traffic reports, which was a staple of morning radio.
    They award FM-IES to those who contributed priceless moments to the show.
    They innovate many new comedy radio bits that are often imitated by other stations, which upsets Howard.
    They placed a library of uncensored shows on 'On Demand.'
    For 2019, as of last week, Out of 10 Votes: 40.0% Annoying
    In 2018, Out of 25 Votes: 52.00% Annoying
    In 2017, Out of 641 Votes: 77.54% Annoying
    In 2016, Out of 56 Votes: 82.14% Annoying
    In 2015, Out of 127 Votes: 55.91% Annoying
    In 2014, Out of 266 Votes: 60.53% Annoying
    In 2013, Out of 46 Votes: 65.22% Annoying
    In 2012, Out of 55 Votes: 69.09% Annoying
    In 2011, Out of 54 Votes: 61.11% Annoying
    In 2010, Out of 86 Votes: 61.63% Annoying
    In 2009, Out of 288 Votes: 73.96% Annoying
    In 2008, Out of 139 Votes: 69.06% Annoying
    In 2007, Out of 348 Votes: 74.14% Annoying
    In 2006, Out of 886 Votes: 67.27% Annoying
    In 2005, Out of 4616 Votes: 46.75% Annoying
    In 2004, Out of 2277 Votes: 42.34% Annoying
    In 2003, Out of 836 Votes: 66.15% Annoying
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