Howard Stern has been off my TV since last summer, when the final broadcasts of his E! show expired. No Stern on TV, no Stern on the radio, unless you are paying Sirius for his new satellite show.
Howard Stern is coming back to TV, though...uncensored, no E! Channel blurring and on demand. So you can have your Stern when you want your Stern...and all his wack pack, too.
Richard having a brazilian wax job last month on his Sirius show? Wait a minute, can I have the blurring option if I want it?
One of the country's largest cable systems -- Cablevision -- has agreed to make available beginning tomorrow (March 14) "Howard TV" for Cablevision's digital-cable customers as subscription/on demand services, giving subscribers who don't have Sirius a new way to enjoy Howard's previous shows. Good news for me since Cablevision is my provider.
Is this Pay-per-vert?
Along with the Sirius radio shows, Howard TV will also feature films from Stern's recently announced April Film Festival and as much as 100 hours of on-demand product per month.
Cablevision joins Adelphia Communications Corp., as well as In Demand owners Time Warner Cable, Comcast Corp. and Cox Communications Inc., in distributing Howard TV, which gives Howard TV dominant cable customer reach across the country.
posted by Chris Kennedy @ Monday, March 13, 2006,