‘The History of Howard Stern Act II’ to Air Exclusively on SIRIUS XM Radio
Act II of the award-winning series celebrating the life and career of ‘The King of all Media’ showcases the beginning of Stern’s meteoric rise
Rare audio from Howard’s personal vault plus exclusive new interviews with
The History of Howard Stern Act II picks up after Howard’s firing at WNBC in 1985 and takes an in depth look at the beginning of Howard’s legendary run at K-Rock. It premieres on
“The History of Howard Stern Act II is an epic broadcast that will blow fans away,” said Stern. “This is history recreated and brought to life. This could only be done on SIRIUS XM.”
Act II highlights include the arrivals of Stern Show favorites
Visit www.sirius.com/howardstern for a behind-the-scenes look at The History of Howard Stern Act II. SIRIUS’ interactive show companion and timeline offers an overview of almost 50 hours of on-air programming, plus exclusive interviews from The Howard Stern Show staff, family as well as insight from some of the biggest names in entertainment. In addition, the site features exclusive photos, behind-the-scenes commentary from the producers of the epic series, and The History of Howard Stern Act II movie-style poster available for download.
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