Howard Stern Is Not Returning to Terrestrial Radio

First Howard Stern did terrestrial radio. Then satellite. Then, apparently, he was offered a major deal to return to terrestrial. Over the past two days, the media has been abuzz about Stern, Opie & Anthony and a rumor Stern would return to terrestrial radio after being offered a deal. Radio trade publication FMBQ debunks and sets straight mainstream media's overwrought antics regarding the move. And, no, he's not moving back to terrestrial. He hates it and he's sticking with Sirius.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (4)     File: Celebrity, Radio, Strange     May-11-06  
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and no one cares... Sirius gave him 500 million, why would they let him go? I find it funny - he had to go on a philly radio show to broadcast the message as his own show on sirius doesn't reach the masses.. must be hard for stern that 95% of his audience didn't follow him... and that they are now going to listen to Opie & Anthony!!! Explains Howard's desparate attempt to copy them. So sad.

Posted by: observer on May 11, 2006 11:41 AM

he sucks. i hope he rots.

Posted by: rat on May 11, 2006 11:48 PM

You're both fools. If "no one cares" and "he sucks" why are you pathetic twits writing about him on a random blog? Ignore him. He already "went away" from regular radio. Listen to what you like. Ignore what you don't. Be happy.

-- B

Posted by: B on May 12, 2006 09:29 PM

If a blog with 30,000 readers each day who work in the advertising and media business and who care what goes on in their industry is random then I guess you are right. We are, in fact, just a bunch of twits.

Posted by: Steve Hall on May 13, 2006 11:08 AM

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