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Since 1994, the show has been taped and broadcast on several networks, including E!(1994–2005), CBS (1998–2001), and Howard TV (2005–13), an on-demand digital cable service.An upcoming audio and video streaming app is currently in development.He also hosted a show with three fellow students on WTBU, campus radio station, named The King Schmaltz Bagel Hour which was cancelled during its first broadcast for a sketch called "Godzilla Goes to Harlem".A total of .5 million in fines were issued to station licensees that carried the show by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), for what it considered indecent material.Following Stern's contract with Sirius in 2004, the show left terrestrial radio in December 2005.He would ask more unusual type questions to his guests, such as their dating habits.
He was reaching over one million listeners a week there, On April 3, 1995, three days after the shooting of singer Selena, a rift in the Hispanic community occurred after Stern commented on her music and Spanish people.
That year, the show began a 20-year run at WXRK in New York City where it aired on a total of 60 markets across the United States and Canada and gained an audience of 20 million listeners at its peak.
In the New York area, the show was the highest-rated morning program consecutively between 19.
Stern also began his "Dial-a-Date" routines at WCCC, and met Fred Norris, the station's overnight disc jockey who provided Stern's show with various comedic impressions of celebrities.
He learned to become more open on the air and "decided to cut down the barriers...strip down all the ego..be totally honest... Stern held a bra-burning event and wrestled women outside the studios, and invited listeners to confess the most outrageous places where they had sex, and record their calls for the air.
After a song of hers was played with gunshot sound effects, Stern said "Spanish people have the worst taste in music. Alvin and the Chipmunks have more soul." In February 1996, Stern announced the Howard Stern Radio Network, an agreement that let him form a network consisting of radio personalities that he approved.