Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Everyone should be able to answer Howard Stern's questions

Howard Stern will always be a media and FCC magnet for his personality and shock appeal. But what is so shocking about him? He asks questions we all want to know the answers too(except maybe what kind of underwear a particular female guest is wearing). Men love him, women laugh secretly at his lewd and crass jokes, but if people could simply take themselves a little less seriously, the shock jock might just be out of a job. Stern's move to satellite radio will be a tremendous boon to the fledgling enterprise, and might possibly change radio forever.


At 10:28 PM, Blogger Joe Caggiano said...

Those like Howard that are intent on titilating there way around should be on satillite radio and not where young people would find this and find it acceptable behaviour. The same would go for porn on cable. let them find a way that it would not easily accesable to young people. Adults can make these decisions. It could and does throw many young people into lives of not so quiet desperation that takes years to get over. Let's not make it easy for them to see this kind of trash. Besides Howard's audience is dwindling anyway as he finds himself only in major markets. I won't even know he's gone. Let him be heard by those who really want too its a free country but not that many people want to hear what he has to offer. I love freedom of speech or does it say freedom of "any" speech,.............Thought so.


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