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Get to Know Howard Stern
Howard Stern is an accomplished radio personality, TV host, author, actor and photographer.
Howard was born and raised in Queens, New York and later attended Boston University.
Stern claims that he knew he wanted to go into the radio business at the age of 5.
Howard graduated magna cum laude from Boston University with a degree in communications.
Howard was eventually hired by a rock station in Detroit, Michigan, where he began to hone the recognizable "Howard Stern" style radio show.…
In 1981, Stern was paired up with Fred Norris (another DJ) and Robin Quivers for a morning show. He has worked with the two ever since.
Over the years, Stern and his team were repeatedly hired and fired by a number of radio stations for skirting the lines of decency imposed b…
In 1992, Stern became the first disc jockey to have a number one-rated morning show in Los Angeles and New York simultaneously.
The same year, Stern attended the MTV Video Music Awards dressed as a fictional superhero "Fartman." He then rejected multiple offers from f…
Howard ran for governor of New York in 1994 on the platform of reinstating the death penalty, staggering highway tolls to improve traffic an…
The winner of the election, George Pataki, introduced "The Howard Stern Bill," which limited construction to nighttime hours.
Howard's first book, "Private Parts," spent 20 weeks on the bestsellers list.
In 1996, Stern starred in the film version of his autobiography, "Private Parts."
In 2005, Howard switched exclusively to satelite radio and has since launched numerous programs and channels with SiriusXM.
This will be Howard's second season as a host on "America's Got Talent."
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