Howard Stern has to decide in the next 3 months if he wants to re-sign to keep doing his show on Sirius. The time is right for him to bolt to offer his over Over The Top video streaming subscription service.
Listen to the clip from Monday's Stern Show.
Photo: WikiMedia Commons “Oh, dude!” With those two words, Howard Stern may have just hammered another nail into the coffin for online marketers, after he learned of the magic of ad-blocking software live on air Tuesday: While SternShow More Summary
"In terms of brainpower, he's right at the top."
Well, here’s an endorsement of sorts… Shock jock Howard Stern thinks Donald Trump has the GOP nomination in the bag. On his SiriusXM radio show Monday, Stern predicted Trump would
One day after Howard Stern boldly predicted that Donald Trump would be the 2016 GOP nominee for president, the frontrunner called into his SiriusXM show to thank the host for his kind words. But the first thing Stern wanted to know was where Trump thinks Megyn Kelly's looks stand on a scale of 1-10.
Howard Stern predicted on his SiriusXM radio show today that Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee for president in the 2016 general election. Stern’s prognostication runs counter to many of the Beltway pundits across the ideological spectrum who have insisted the Trump candidacy will fade. Show More Summary
Howard Stern went way out on a limb on Monday and predicted that Donald Trump will win the GOP nomination for president in 2016.
Stephen Colbert has already surprised us all with his country music chops, but here’s a little-known fact: He was once the lead singer in a Rolling Stones cover band called A Shot In the Dark. On Tuesday’s Howard Stern Show, ColbertShow More Summary
Stephen Colbert isn't just a comedian, actor, and host. The future "Late Show" host is also quite musical, as well. On Tuesday's episode of "The Howard Stern Show," Stern mentioned that he had heard Colbert once fronted a Rolling Stones cover band. Show More Summary
Colbert debuts as host of "The Late Show" on Sept. 8.
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI When Melissa Etheridge says, “I’m the luckiest person on Earth. I have the best job ever,” it’s impossible not to believe her. Calling a few hours before a show in Las Vegas earlier this...
Stephen Colbert. Is there anything he can’t do? The answer, of course, is no. He can do everything. And in this weird interim between his retirement from The Colbert Report and his forthcoming hosting duties at The Late Show, we are being reminded of what a goddamn genius mind Colbert has up there beneath that perfectly Just for Menned head of hair. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert appeared on The Howard Stern Show today, where he discussed his little-known musical past. Apparently when he was in high school, the future Late Show host used to front a Rolling Stones cover band called A Shot In The Dark (“We called ourselves ‘A Shit In The Dark,’ cause we sucked so badly,” […]
New Late Show host Stephen Colbert confirmed on Tuesday that he used to be the lead singer of a Rolling Stones cover band, Vanity Fair reported. “We were called A Shot In The Dark,” Colbert told radio host Howard Stern. “We called ourselves ‘A Sht In The Dark,, ’cause...
As legend goes, everyone in the room hated Stephen Colbert's 2006 White House Correspondents' Dinner routine routine. But as Colbert told Howard Stern today, that's not quite true — at least one staunch conservative went crazy for Colbert's jokes. "Antonin Scalia," Colbert said, recalling the rare few who congratulated him... More »
As Stephen Colbert gears up to take over for David Letterman on CBS' Late Show next month, he has repeatedly insisted that he has no interest in engaging in the so-called "late night wars" that dominated the 1990s and beyond and caused rifts between the major network hosts.
We're almost there: the glorious beginning of Stephen Colbert's tenure at the "Late Show." But in the meantime, Stephen appears on Howard Stern's radio show and shares a very little-known bit of information... Stephen Colbert was Mick Jagger in a Rolling Stones cover band. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert turned very serious on Tuesday's "Howard Stern Show" when he began to discuss the place crash that killed his father and brother and left his mother broken. The late-night host was only 10 years old when his father, James,...Show More Summary