Howard Stern Debuts His Best Celebrity Interviews On Demand

Howard Stern is about to make his judging debut on one of television’s highest-rated talent competitions, NBC’s America’s Got Talent, starting on May 14, 2012. Throughout the audition process, the audience excitement for Howard has been palpable. Now, both newfound and long-time fans can get to see even more Howard when select cable systems around the country offer individual interviews from the Howard Stern Show that originates from his SiriusXM satellite radio studio. Not only are these highly entertaining, in-depth and compelling interviews with some of today’s hottest stars, but they are a unique way for consumers to sample the kind of riveting content that is found every month on the premium television channel, Howard TV On Demand.

It’s been a veritable love-fest during the audition process as Howard Stern rolled into each city, igniting an intense connection with his audience and bringing in new fans. Now, cable viewers can get a taste of what he does best – celebrity interviews. Over a dozen episodes are available to order individually “On Demand” with just a touch of a button on the digital cable remote. Included in the new Howard Stern category on cable starting May 14 are his much talked-about interviews with Lady Gaga, Elle MacPherson, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Adam Levine, David Arquette & Courteney Cox, Bradley Cooper and others. Not to be missed are the hilarious and revealing interviews from Howard’s radio show with fellow AGT judges Howie Mandel, Sharon Osbourne and the man he replaced, Piers Morgan.

Individual Howard Stern episodes are available for only .99 to 1.99 (Prices may differ by system). They can be seen starting May 14 and will air for approximately three months. The full-length, uncensored, commercial-free interviews run approximately 45 – 75 minutes each.

Systems carrying the On Demand shows include Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Bright House Networks and Cablevision. For more information and to watch a behind-the-scenes featurette from the America’s Got Talent auditions go to