Needs more detail. In particular it makes no mention of Stern's frequent hops between radio stations during his early years in New York -- what the article suggests is a single long-running show actually had multiple incarnations in multiple markets; it implies that he's been at one station all this time, which is nowhere close to true. The Howard Stern Show is a syndicated radio show that has run from until the present day. Broadcast out of New York by Howard Stern and running from am till 10 sometimes as late as 12 noon. Howard's show was instrumental in breaking down many barriers in radio from deviating from regular talk and corny morning routines and focusing on gross out jokes, strippers and sideshow style characters mixed with some political and pop culture commentary and news segments. Howard's show has been fined by the FCC several times in his career in the process of developing his shows material.
Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf
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Tom Hanks is probably the nicest guy in Hollywood. A figure in both comedies and dramas alike, the actor boasts a rather wholesome persona. He produces historical mini-series, boasts a passionate love for typewriters, and has built a reputation for using his platform to return lost items to their rightful owners via The Telegraph. As such, he's sort of become America's dad, and we all love him for it. But no one's immune from scandals, even the Forrest Gump star. While we'd love to think that he's innocent of any bad behavior, there are some skeletons in Hanks' closet — and a whole a lot of dirty laundry in one of his son's wardrobes. From an odd start to his second marriage to his kid's highly controversial behavior, there's a lot most don't know about Hanks.
Hank appeared numerous times on The Howard Stern Show and on the televised studio segments which aired on the E! He was a member of the show's Wack Pack. Hank received widespread media coverage in when he won a People magazine online poll asking the public to vote for the most beautiful person in the world as part of the run-up promotion for the magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" issue. When the public was given the option to submit a write-in candidate, the magazine had not counted on , votes for Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf—beating out assorted celebrities by a wide margin.
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