Extractions: by Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers Over the next ten to twenty years there will be a revolution in broadcasting so drastic that I believe TV sets will virtually disappear in American homes within the next 25 years. The in-home AM/FM radio is already going the way of the 1950's short-wave, and within 15 years will become a curiosity. After being slapped with several serious fines amounting to over $2.5 million dollars over the last ten years for profanity from the Nanny state under the guise of the FCC, Howard Stern is boasting that he will take his act to the future of radio broadcasting: Satellite radio and move to Sirius Satellite Radio beginning in January of 2006. Sirius is going to pay Howard Stern $500 million dollars over the span of five years. Great deal for Howard Stern? Most definitely. Good deal for Sirius Satellite Radio? Well, desperate people will do desperate things. But most of you folks already know this story. It's what Howard doesn't know (and that includes most people) that's going to hurt. The future of broadcasting is definitely not in satellites. not have a monthly charge like TIVO does and the units will sell for approximately the same price. With TIVO charging about $12 per month for use of their product, it is easy to see how TIVO will go the way of the Beta video once HDD DVD comes on the market.
Extractions: NEW YORK (AP) Top-ranked shock jock Howard Stern said Wednesday that he will abandon his syndicated morning radio show to join Sirius satellite radio in 15 months, freeing him from government regulators and allowing him to "bring my fans my show my way." "I've decided what my future is," Stern told his millions of listeners in announcing his five-year, multimillion-dollar contract. "It's not this kind of radio any more." Stern, who battled for years with the FCC and conservative critics over his salacious show's content, will move to the national distributor of commercial-free music and sport programming when his contract with Infinity Broadcasting expires in 15 months. The deal will allow him to reach every market in the country. "I'm tired of the censorship," said Stern, whose show was dropped by media conglomerate Clear Channel Communications in April after the Federal Communications Commission proposed a $495,000 fine against it for comments made by Stern. Clear Channel reached a record $1.75 million settlement with the FCC in June to settle complaints against Stern and other radio personalities.
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Extractions: : Michael Powell appeared on my Ronn Owens ' KGO Radio show in San Francisco and Howard Stern called in to give him a proper piece of his mind. Many good readers sent me a link to the stream but because they said it would go down Wednesday, I transcribed the entire Stern/Powell segment. Stories here here , and here Stern went after Powell for getting his job because of his father. Powell whined "unfair." Stern said, no, it's fair and relevant because broadcasters who've devoted their lives to this industry now answer to this First Amendment hypocrite. Stern pushed Powell on fining him and Viacom over Jackson but not fining Oprah Winfrey because she's beloved. Powell denied saying that (his aid did say it) and said the Winfrey case is still open. Stern called the fines and the FCC's holding station renewals hostage "racketeering." At the end, Powell admitted as the conversation continued without Stern that there's worse on other stations. My old friend Ronn (I used to appear on his air once a month when I worked in San Francisco) blew it by cutting Stern off at the end to get to commercials. This was news and they should have gone at it for the rest of the show. The transcript:
Extractions: Public Version Premium Version Subscribe Premium ... Health Global News U.S.A. - New York - Washington D.C. - San Francisco - Los Angeles - Chicago - St.Louis Canada China Hong Kong Taiwan Singapore Malaysia Indonesia India Japan South Korea Australia U.K. France Germany Italy Spain Yugoslavia Russia Isreal City News Calendar News Guide Coverages People Photos Updated News ... News Radio jock Howard Stern in TV pact with In Demand English GB Headline Showbiz Coverages Celebrity News Nation U.S. People Stern, Howard Related Muzi Beststar Moviesline [LatelineNews: 2005-8-4] NEW YORK - In Demand Network, a provider of video-on-demand programming to cable TV systems, on Wednesday said it obtained the right to air a video version of popular shock jock Howard Stern's ribald radio broadcast. Under the exclusive three-year deal, In Demand will produce and televise Stern's show, beginning with his remaining shows while he is still broadcasting on Viacom Inc. Infinity radio system, and continuing with those filmed once the show moves in January to Sirius Satellite Radio . Viewers will have to pay a monthly fee to their cable operator to watch the shows. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Extractions: Hundreds of thousands of swing-state radio listeners may turn the unlikely Howard Stern into a presidential kingmaker by Ross Douthat hough much has been made of the recent debut of Al Franken as a liberal talk-radio host, the most important political voice on talk radio this year may turn out to be not Franken but the usually apolitical "shock jock" Howard Stern. Recent months have not been kind to Stern, who found himself a target of the backlash against indecency that followed the baring of Janet Jackson's nipple during the Super Bowl halftime show. In February the radio behemoth Clear Channel Communications dropped him from six of its affiliates for being "vulgar, offensive and insulting." The following month the FCC slapped him with a $27,500 fine for his on-air discussions of sexual techniques such as the "nasty Sanchez" and the "blumpkin" (don't ask). As Congress considers raising obscenity fines as high as $500,000, Stern is contemplating a move to satellite radio, where the FCC couldn't touch him.
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Extractions: I can't believe Howard is already two-timing Robin: It may have started out as a silly on-air flirtation, but Howard Stern and Angie Everhart seem to have blossomed into something more serious. "They have been going out," Everhart's rep, Shari Goldberg, confirms to us. "I don't know about Howard, but she's not seeing anyone else."
Extractions: Stern rallies listeners to Kerry Sen. John Kerry has an unlikely weapon in his bid to win the White House - shock jock Howard Stern. Stern has been rallying listeners to vote for Kerry as he routinely rails on his show against President Bush and the Federal Communications Commission's indecency crackdown. Now, a new poll says Stern - with an estimated weekly audience of 8.5 million - could be Kerry's key to getting crucial swing voters on his bandwagon. The survey, for the New Democrat Network, found Stern's listeners include 17% of likely voters, with a quarter being swing voters sought by both parties. "This means that 4% of likely voters this fall are swing voters who listen to Howard Stern, showing Stern's potential impact on the race," the group said in statement yesterday. The poll shows that Stern's fans in general support Kerry, by a margin of 53% to 43%. In the 18 battleground states - including Arizona, Ohio, Colorado, West Virginia and Florida - Stern listeners go for Kerry by a margin of 59% to 37%. A whopping 34% of his faithful are independents. Stern launched a "jihad" to defeat Bush after the FCC began assessing massive fines against stations that carry the jock.