Fans will Continue to Have Uncensored Television Access to Howard Stern and His Hilarious Cast of Characters.
New York, NY- Jan.13, 2011 –Howard Stern Productions and iN DEMAND have reached an agreement to continue the Howard TV On Demand subscription Video On Demand television channel. The service will continue without any programming interruptions. The Howard TV service (HTV) includes over 40 hours of uncensored programming each month, with unlimited access to the video versions of Howard Stern’s daily radio show, selections from the extensive television archives (including the uncensored versions of the E! shows), original programming and outrageous behind-the-scenes content. Howard TV is available to more than 40 million digital cable households via major cable systems in the U.S. and Canada.
Howard TV is the place to see uncensored telecasts of Stern and his wide variety of guests. Howard TV cameras capture the action every morning from a state-of-the-art High Definition studio at Sirius XM Radio headquarters in NYC. Fans can access any of the programming, any time, with just a touch of their cable remotes, along with the ability to pause, fast-forward and rewind. Howard TV also has a very robust Facebook page with tens of thousands of fans: www.facebook.com/HowardTV. For more information, go to www.howard.tv.
“After nearly 30 years in terrestrial and satellite radio, Howard Stern has secured his spot as a ‘must listen’ for legions of fans,” said Bob Benya, iN DEMAND President & CEO. “We are thrilled that he will be continuing his iconic show, and proud to be able to deliver Howard TV to cable audiences around North America who want to see Howard Stern in action.”
“The production staff at Howard TV looks forward to continuing to entertain Howard Stern fans with our one-of-a-kind programming via original series, specials and the exclusive Daily Shows from Howard’s radio studio,” said Howard TV Executive Producer Doug Z. Goodstein. Our commitment is to give fans an in-depth viewpoint of the world of Howard Stern unlike anything on television.”
Howard Stern made history in 2006, when he moved to satellite radio, giving him a new-found freedom. As a compliment to that service, cable launched the television version, Howard TV On Demand also in 2006. Besides the daily shows and originals, HTV includes shows from the television archives covering more than 16 years of the best programming from both HTV and E!