I think Jason does all that stuff now. Interesting.
I don't think teddy is an associate producer or works for the stern show. He's just a Sirius board op that does the wrap up show as one of his jobs.
Last edited by Mike; 11-27-2012 at 09:49 PM.
yeah but I thought Jason got promoted
Howard wants to PhotoShop the real world. He wants the world to see him as he sees himself and that's why he hates Dawgs, SFN and any other forum where people can criticize him freely. He was amused at the first few Back Office Radio shows where the "little people" were fighting amongst each other, but Howard was not so amused after he was an asshole to his staff during and after Hurricane Sandy and was rightfully nominated by Will as "Douche of the Week".
Originally Posted by Benjamen
Damn Will named him "douche of the week". Ha that's funny and true. I have always liked Will and can see him being the next to leave for better oppurtunities. Especially since he has a young kid to provide for.
Originally Posted by joeybo
Sal did kill. Shuli is not funny, and Jay Thomas rules....and that was a staged call.
Originally Posted by Smartguy
I immediately thought that too. If any of the staff do visit this site, I'm sure they've noticed that many people prefer Jay Thomas over Howard and most can't stand Shuli.
Originally Posted by telecaster69
I thought it was Jason's brother on the phone that nominated Howard as douche of the week (before Thanksgiving).
Yes but Will also nominated Howard just after Sandy!
Originally Posted by MobyDick
I've been having the same feeling. I can't see this train wreck lasting too much longer. The past few weeks have shone a lot of light on the state of affairs at the Howard Stern show:
Originally Posted by Dump Button
1. Jason revealing he has had to justify his job, in writing, twice in the past couple of years was quite insightful. I assume others had to do so as well.
2. The appearance of the mystery writer in the Artie chair.
3. An increase in the number of guests in the last couple of weeks.
4. A tremendous increase in the number of advertisements, and the less than subtle way Howard crowbars them in.
5. An ad for an associate producer.
6. The overall increase in activity around the show since the year of neglect due to the disaster known as AGT.
Originally Posted by BringBackJackie
Do they take calls on Back Office Radio? I wish someone would ask who the mystery writer was.