The History of Howard Stern to air on SIRIUS XM
SIRIUS XM is to broadcast a two week special on Howard Stern’s life and career, from his early days in college radio to his final broadcast on FM.
The definitive audio history of The King of All Media, the man who redefined broadcasting, chronicles Howard Stern’s career, before his move to SiriusXM; as well as the publication of his bestselling book and the release of the movie “Private Parts”
The in-depth audio biography features recordings from Howard’s personal vault, news clips, plus exclusive commentary by David Letterman, Ben Stiller, Sarah Silverman, Alec Baldwin, Ivan Reitman, Paul Giamatti and many more.
The feature starts on Howard Stern’s exclusive SiriusXM channels, Howard 100 and Howard 101 today (July 6).
“The History of Howard Stern” programme highlights include:
- Howard’s recordings as a child with his family at his father’s recording studio.
- Howard’s early work at WRNW Westchester, WCCC Hartford,W4 Detroit,
- DC-101 Washington, DC and WNBC New York.
- Howard’s Saturday night television show
- The story behind “Baba Booey”
- Howard’s appearance as Fartman at the MTV Video Music Awards
- Howard’s first book Private Parts
- Howard’s 1994 candidacy for Governor of New York
- Howard’s 1997 movie Private Parts
- Howard signing with Sirius and leaving terrestrial radio
Sadly there’s no way to listen to SIRIUS XM in the UK, but we’re hopeful this audio will be available internationally one day..