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The Evolution of the "Howard Stern Show"
This paper looks at the evolution of the Howard Stern Show.
# 136278 | 1,250 words | 5 sources | APA | 2007 | US

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In this article, the writer discusses that Howard Stern began as a "simple" disc jockey, but honed a personality with raunchy edges that turned him into America's leading "shock jock" making hardly anyone neutral about his appeal. The writer points out that now on satellite "pay-radio" he is free from the constraints that cost him over a million dollars in FCC fines. The writer maintains that Stern is merely an "evolution" symbol of America's tastes which have changed over the years.

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"Over the years 'The Howard Stern Show' has changed from the relatively new form of radio broadcasting back in the 1980's when the show first started, to its new present state of the art digital-audio form of broadcasting headquarters over in its new home(Sirius Satellite Radio) in New York. As the form of technology changed over the years, a lot of things and opinions, especially those directly involved and associated with radio, also have changed along with the evolution of the show. The reality is that ever since the Howard Stern Show first graced the air waves it has been a big struggle for Howard Stern himself, with his battles with the ..."

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