Howard Stern
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Howard Stern Productions


President / Radio Host

Stern reigns as the world’s highest paid radio host — followed, in 2017, by Rush Limbaugh — earning a reported $90 million a year, with his Sirius XM show. But after he ended his four-season stint on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” in 2015, the ongoing legitimacy of his self-proclaimed (and trademarked) King of All Media title became decidedly questionable. That all changed back this year with the spring debut of his video archives on the Sirius XM app, featuring both new and vintage installments of his iconic, feather-ruffling radio show and the upcoming hush-hush release of his latest tell-all book, a sequel to his million-plus-selling memoirs “Private Parts” (1993) and “Miss America” (1995), both of which entered the New York Times Bestseller List at number one.


  • The Howard Stern Show
  • Howard Stern on Demand


  • Radio Engineering Institute of Electronics (VA, USA)

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  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • Comedy Impact
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Paul McCartney Opens Up to Howard Stern About Beatles, John and Yoko, New Album

Paul McCartney Opens Up to Howard Stern About Beatles, John and Yoko, New Album

While it was far from raunchy, Paul McCartney’s interview on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show Wednesday morning did find the former Beatle in a revealing mood.Over the course of the 90-minute chat, the two talked quite a bit about McCartney's days with the Beatles. Early on, Stern, who seemed a bit starstruck, discussed the long-running debates about who wrote which Lennon-McCartney song.“I know exactly what you mean, and it does get to be a total piss-off sometimes,” McCartney said. “But then,...


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