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‘The History of Howard Stern: Act IV’ Launches Exclusively on SIRIUS XM’s Howard Stern Channels

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SIRIUS XM Radio today announced the launch of The History of Howard Stern: Act IV, the highly anticipated fourth chapter in the award-winning series that offers an unprecedented celebration and rare behind-the-scenes look at the life, career and achievements of Howard Stern.

The History of Howard Stern: Act III (originally broadcast in December 2009) concluded with the big announcement from 1996 that Howard would be making a film version of his bestselling book, Private PartsThe History of Howard Stern: Act IV picks up with an exclusive behind the scenes look at the making of the hit movie, with brand-new commentary from legendary producer Ivan Reitman and co-stars Mary McCormack, Academy Award ®-nominee Paul Giamatti and others.

The History of Howard Stern: Act IV premieres December 20 and airs through December 31 on Howard 100 and Howard 101—beginning at 6:00 am ET on Howard 100 and 6:00 am PT on Howard 101. The History of Howard Stern: Act IV will air in 10 separate original parts, with one new installment airing each weekday and encore performances all day, nightly and throughout the weekend on Howard 100. Howard 100 and Howard 101 are available on XM Radio as part of “The Best of SIRIUS” and online at www.sirius.com.

Narrated by Jim Forbes, the famed voice of Vh1’s Behind the MusicThe History of Howard SternAct IV features extensive audio from Howard’s personal vault plus exclusive interviews and commentary from Howard, The Stern Show Staff, friends, family, former colleagues as well as the celebrities who have witnessed Stern’s meteoric rise to superstardom firsthand—including a rare interview with legendary late night host, David Letterman. Other entertainers featured in The History of Howard Stern: Act IV include Ben Stiller, Rosie O’Donnell, Barbara WaltersAlec BaldwinQuentin Tarantino, Snoop Dogg, William ShatnerJohn StamosPamela AndersonKathy GriffinDavid ArquetteRyan PhillippeHowie MandelTracy MorganGene SimmonsOzzy Osbourne, and Courtney Love.

The History of Howard Stern: Act IV program highlights include:

  • Memorable moments from the late 90’s/early 2000’s era of the Stern Show
  • An in-depth look behind the scenes of the acclaimed film Private Parts, from the casting process and the filming to the larger than life premiere at Madison Square Garden in 1997.  Exclusive first-hand accounts and backstage stories from the cast and crew.
  • Rare in-studio interviews with JFK, Jr. and David Letterman
  • Fred Norris and “The Rainbow Room incident”
  • First appearances from show legends Artie Lange, Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf, The Jesus Twins, Beetlejuice, KC Armstrong, Sal & Richard, Benjy Bronk, High Pitch Eric and other members of “The Wack Pack”
  • Staff fights and famous feuds with celebrities like Rosie O’Donnell
  • Howard’s continuing battles with station management
  • The Scott Salem Push Up Contest
  • In-studio musical performances from Aerosmith, Green Day, and Goo Goo Dolls, plus Dave Grohl‘s original acoustic performance of “Everlong”
  • Stories behind the Howard-produced F/X series, Son of the Beach
  • Highlights and stories from the “drunk show” backstage at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards
  • Gary’s legendary “love tape”
  • Howard Stern meets future wife Beth Ostrosky
  • Archive interviews with Hollywood heavy-hitters Robert DuvallGeorge ClooneyWarren Beatty and James Caan
  • Behind the scenes of staff band The Losers and their memorable performance on Magic Johnson’s ill-fated talk show, The Magic Hour
  • Truth behind Jackie Martling‘s departure from the Stern Show and the comedians who auditioned for his chair
  • A look back at Howard’s historic broadcast from September 11, 2001

Visit www.sirius.com/historyofhoward for a behind-the-scenes look at The History of Howard Stern: Act IV. SIRIUS XM’s interactive show companion and timeline offers an overview of almost 50 hours of on-air programming, plus exclusive interviews from The Howard Stern Show staff, Howard’s family, as well as insight from some of the biggest names in entertainment. In addition, the site features exclusive photos and behind-the-scenes commentary from the producers of the epic series. An embeddable link of The History of Howard Stern: Act IV movie-style poster and audio trailer is available atwww.youtube.com/siriusxm.