Howard Stern has signed another five-year contract with SiriusXM Radio, putting to rest speculation that he might leave and sending the stock on a double-digit surge.
The self-proclaimed "King of All Media" is staying in his castle.
"This is a separation," the Cougar Town star says, "I think that takes a lot of courage"
"She had a right to get upset about some of the personal details," Arquette tells Howard Stern
The sweeping financial reform bill passed by Congress this year is often referred to as a Wall Street reform bill. But one CEO of a mid-sized Midwestern regional bank that will be affected by the new law is tired of hearing that.
Don't look now but satellite radio company Sirius XM has been one of the hottest stocks this year.
Satellite radio company Sirius XM swung to a profit and added more subscribers than expected on Tuesday, yet the stock tumbled.
Time to pop champagne corks if you're a Sirius XM Radio shareholder. The stock closed above a buck Wednesday for the first time since September 2008.
In our tough economic climate, it's worth reminding ourselves that losing a job might not be the end of the world. Sure, it never feels good, but for these well-known folks, getting the boot from their gigs provided the impetus for them to reach even greater successes.
It's not often that a company with a stock trading for just six cents a share makes headlines. But when that company just happens to be the employer of Howard Stern, you can understand why it's in the news.
He tells Howard Stern about his music and then a little bit about his love life
"He's been running most of the mileage with me," says Beth Ostrosky
"People were crying," a guest tells PEOPLE. "The vows were from each others' hearts"
The ceremony was a surprise for guests, the big event's planner tells PEOPLE
The radio jock and his longtime love tie the knot before a crowd of A-listers
Shock jock Howard Stern has embraced tradition. The radio talk show host married his longtime girlfriend, Beth Ostrosky
Forget those wedding reports – Beth Ostrosky says the big day is in October
"There are no pre-wedding jitters," says Beth Ostrosky, "it's all excitement and joy.
Howard Stern hit the jackpot when he moved satellite radio more than three years ago. He's pocketing $80 million a year and has received Sirius Satellite Radio stock worth roughly $200 million for meeting subscriber growth targets spelled out in his five-year contract.
Operating from its corporate headquarters in New York City's Rockefeller Center, Sirius Satellite Radio broadcasts over 130 digital-quality channels, including 69 channels of commercial-free music, plus exclusive channels of sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, weather and data to more than 7.1 million subscribers.
Five months after their engagement, Howard Stern and fiancée Beth Ostroksy are no nearer to announcing plans for their nuptials.
NEW YORK -- This isn't the Adam Carolla we're used to seeing. He should be holding a mug of beer in one hand, groping a juggie with the other and all the while offering up ridiculous advice to an adolescent going through puberty. But no, Carolla is getty classy on us. He's walking around in a sharp black suit as he schmoozes with the crowd taking their seats at the premiere of his film, "The Hammer," at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Broward County Circuit Court Judge Larry Seidlin, who is hearing arguments over the status of the remains of Anna Nicole Smith, has come under fire from some legal observers who say he has allowed the proceedings to become a circus.
Anna Nicole Smith wanted to be buried in the Bahamas, next to her son, and bought a burial plot there, according to attorneys for her longtime companion, Howard K. Stern.
The chief executive officer of Sirius Satellite Radio told investors Wednesday that he would be open to a combination with his company's top rival, XM Satellite Radio.
Stocks were poised for early gains Tuesday as much lower oil prices and even more merger-and-acquisition news could boost positive momentum.
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I have XM. My brother Erik Leopold, a Chicago real estate photographer, has Sirius. (Incidentally, I'm 41 and he's 40, and though our tastes differ, we grew up on the same radio diet.) I called him up to talk about the pros and cons of each service.
Scott Stapp is suing in an effort to stop a California company from selling or promoting a sex video featuring himself, Kid Rock and four women.
Half way there folks ...
Satellite radio stocks are slowly descending back to earth this year, despite the presence of the radio industry's biggest star.
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Nothing makes a long car ride longer than losing your radio signal in the fourth quarter of a tied ball game. And when the oldies station is cranking out hit after golden hit on a Saturday night, nothing sucks the life out of the party like 17 minutes of commercials. Even if you tune in and hear a great new song Monday morning, you can bet you'll be sick of it after you've heard it 37 times--and it isn't even lunch yet.
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Howard Stern, Ted Koppel and Maureen Dowd have very little in common, but there is this -- whereas once they were available for free, people now will have to pay to hear what they have to say.
Howard Stern and his agent plan on cashing in some of their Sirius stock, the satellite radio broadcaster said Wednesday.
Radio personality Howard Stern is starting to cash in on the back of higher-than-expected subscriptions at his new home, Sirius Satellite Radio.
Full disclosure: I subscribe to XM. In fact, I enjoy it so much I bought an XM receiver and subscription for my wife.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) - He may be the self-professed King of All Media. But some on Wall Street are starting to wonder if Howard Stern really will be able to convince his loyal minions to pay to hear him.
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NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Fans of a certain radio shock jock can rejoice.
Wherever Howard Stern is, rumors are never far behind.
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Sirius Satellite Radio claims on its Web site that not all radio is created equal.
Sony BMG Music Entertainment is set to name a former executive from The Howard Stern Production Co. for its new film and television units, according to a published report.
Forget your own driver. For $125,000 you can ride around town in Howard Stern's pre-owned Cadillac Escalade limo, which comes complete with an autographed letter of authenticity from Ronnie the Limo Driver.
A surprising number of Hyundai customers said they didn't want Sirius Satellite Radio installed in their vehicles because they objected to Howard Stern, according to an auto news Web site.
A battle between Howard Stern and a southeast radio station owner heated up this week as the shock jock pulled his morning show off a Florida station.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is expanding a probe into whether anyone profited from news that popular shock jock Howard Stern will move to Sirius Satellite Radio, according to some published reports Wednesday.
Howard Stern has been battling the Federal Communications Commission for years. Now the Securities and Exchange Commission has its own investigation revolving around the controversial radio shock jock.
Mel Karmazin, the new CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio, said he's talked recently with Apple Computer about adding satellite radio to its popular iPod music player.
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Since Janet Jackson's 2004 Super Bowl half-time peep show, anything on TV and radio that approached, much less pushed, the edge of the envelope has been condemned and ostracized.
Satellite radio is the latest "buy what you know" stock phenomenon. As with Krispy Kreme in 2001 and the iPod-era Apple, shares in XM Satellite Radio (XMSR) and Sirius (SIRI) are zooming as more co...
A year ago, Pittsburgh radio station WXDX-FM was near the top of its game on weekday mornings. Today it's fighting hard for listeners.
Howard Stern responded to FCC Chairman Michael Powell's resignation by calling it a "great day."
It looks as though you can add a Miami radio station to the growing list of broadcasters that are taking Howard Stern off the air.
Now for a pop quiz.
The shock jock died Thursday on public radio.
What can you say about 2004?
Federal regulators plan to give Howard Stern the freedom he wants in 2006.
A Sirius Challenge
Howard Stern dispelled rumors that he wants to move to paid radio earlier than expected, but ranted that he's on the verge of becoming a regular disc jockey.
Sirius Satellite Radio would like to bring morning shock jock Howard Stern over before his official start date, a top official at the company said Thursday.
The nation's No. 2 radio broadcaster is on the hunt to replace Howard Stern, who will jump to paid radio in just over a year.
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Shock jock Howard Stern made his latest pitch to drum up support for his switch to satellite radio by giving away hundreds of free Sirius Satellite Radio boomboxes Thursday.
Howard Stern, the king of shock radio, complained on his morning program Thursday about his deteriorating relationship with his current employer and said he may leave the broadcaster soon.
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Howard Stern got into a heated exchange with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell during a radio call-in show Tuesday, with the shock jock saying the only reason Powell is in his position is because of his father, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell.
The satellite radio business has been cranking up the volume these past few weeks.
Howard Stern picked a puzzling time to make good on his longstanding threat to defect to satellite radio -- he's still got more than a year left on his contract with Infinity Broadcasting, distributor of his morning talk show.
This is an update of a column that originally ran on September 30.
Howard Stern said Wednesday that he's taking his morning show to satellite radio -- a move sure to give the fledgling subscription radio business a huge shot in the arm.
Opie and Anthony return to radio Monday, but good luck finding them on the public airwaves.
If there were doubts about satellite radio's mass appeal, this year they disappeared. In January a mere 1.6 million people pulled down music and other entertainment from the sky. But by year's end,...
Howard Stern is looking expensive these days. His employer, Infinity Broadcasting Corp., is reportedly facing a whopping $1.5 million fine for an episode on Stern's morning radio program that included sexual references that government watchdogs say crossed the line.
Continuing a crackdown on radio and TV broadcasts deemed indecent, regulators will propose that Infinity Broadcasting be fined $1.5 million for on-air comments by Howard Stern and his crew, a news report said Friday.
Investors will watch economic data Thursday for clues about the strength of the U.S. economy, trying to judge whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at a measured pace in the second half of the year.
Radio host Howard Stern took aim at the Bush administration, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and media giant Clear Channel as he announced Wednesday that his program will soon be broadcast on nine new stations across the country.
Shock jock Howard Stern, under pressure for broadcasts termed by some as indecent, said Wednesday he will not leave over-the-air radio for satellite and that his show will air in nine more markets.
John Kerry is in Pittsburgh today, with the selection of vice president his most pressing concern.
Clear Channel Communications Inc., the biggest owner of U.S. radio stations, agreed Wednesday to pay a $1.75 million fine to settle indecency complaints related to shock jocks such as Howard Stern.
U.S. stocks looked to open lower Wednesday as investors didn't appear quite ready to reaffirm the bullishness in the first half of the trading week.
Is the show over for Howard Stern?
Indecency is out! The FCC hit aging shock jock Howard Stern with nearly $500,000 in fines, prompting Clear Channel to remove his show from six stations. And Victoria's Secret is scrapping its TV fa...
The FCC could announce a new $1.5 million fine involving radio personality Howard Stern as soon as next week, according to a published report.
The FCC could announce a new $1.5 million fine involving shock jock Howard Stern as soon as next week, according to a published report.
Howard Stern was permanently booted Thursday from six stations owned by Clear Channel Communications, the nation's largest radio chain, after the Federal Communications Commission announced that it would impose a $495,000 fine on the company for indecent content aired on his show.
Indecent material broadcast on Howard Stern's radio show may cost six Clear Channel stations a total of $495,000, the Federal Communication Commission said Thursday, prompting the radio chain to drop Stern's show from six stations.
The FCC is about to hit Infinity Broadcasting with a fine of more than $100,000 for a show by radio shock jock Howard Stern, according to a published report.
Will the self-proclaimed King of All Media help bring satellite radio from the fringes to the mainstream?
From Wolf Blitzer Reports' Jennifer Coggiola in Washington:
As Congress and the FCC turn up the heat on obscenity and indecency on the air, investors have to ask if defanging radio shock jocks will produce a shock to broadcasters' bottom line.
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