I first heard Howard's radio show when we moved to New York in 1982. He arrived
there at WNBC about the same time. His first show was a spoof of the Jerry Lewis Telethon.
Instead of raising money for sick kids, he was raising jokes to save Bill Cosby's career.
Well, it must have worked because a few years later Cosby had a new hit TV show. I never
heard the Cos thank Howard, either anyway, we listened to Howard a lot in those days
while we went to college. We were huddled around the radio in the dark during Hurricane
Gloria when Howard was fired from WNBC. Soon after, he showed up on another New York
station, and he's been a hit ever since! We didn't live in an area that could get his radio
show, but we've followed his career from his early TV days on his syndicated summer show
(which I taped) to his E! shows and his movies and his crowning as King of All Media.
Now he has a successful ground-breaking show on Sirius Radio. Howard and his crew get more outrageous all the time! He doesn't offend me, he just makes
me laugh. This page mostly focuses on his show from 1990-1993 ~Suzanne
Hey Stern Fans,
In case you missed it, the Best of Howard
Preview is still available along with 40 hours
of original programming every month on Howard
Log on to
http://www.howard.tv/ for details on
how to find it in your area. This is your chance
to see the best of the year in one two hour show
to vote on what you think the sexiest, grossest
and most unbelievable moments were. Watch it
Are you a big fan of Howard Stern, or just
TV in general, who knows how to use Frontpage
(or would like to learn) and has some free time? If so
then we could use your help! We are looking for a
volunteer to manage this section of our site, check and find
work with other volunteers, promote the page, etc.
We don't read the guestbook very often, so please don't
post QUESTIONS, only COMMENTS, if you want an answer. Feel free to email us
with your questions by clicking on the Feedback link above! PLEASE SIGN-->