Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by artful dodger, Mar 16, 2015.
70 million? HOO HOO
but seriously . . .
20 million per show?
I would guess 50,000.
He doesn't have me. That's all I know for sure.
Between 50 and 75K per day.
Apparently, not enough for Sirius to offer him a raise
20 million per show?
I got it: 2,few,2mat,ter
I would guess about 500,000
I think between 50 and 100K is a pretty fair wag.
Most people probably tune in once in a while and if a tape is running they find something else to listen to.
15k. All seem to belong to that facebook group.
Can't think it's more than a 100k that tune in every morning at 7am and listen regularly, especially with his sporadic schedule.
Sirius only wants to sign him for his name, just like they did with Eminem, Oprah, Foxx, etc.
...too bad for the folks who get in their car to listen to stern on their way to work when they flip on the radio and some cunt who sounds diseased is selling memberships to ashley madison. if youre lucky enough to miss that commercial you only have 12 or 15 minutes of more commercials before you get back to howard live complaining that he actually has to do work he signed up to do. its been over for so long the stink is impossible to ignore.
I seen some where hes got 3 mill. And hes on all 3 million
I don't think anyone -- not even Sirius themselves -- knows the answer to this question. Far as I know, the technology doesn't really allow you to possess analytics that precise; so every show can boast as many listeners as there are subscribers.
IIRC, the last time Howard Stern had a true grasp of how large his audience was, he was on terrestrial.
Since then, he's been taking Sirius' subscriber count as his audience numbers. Which even a hardcore Stern fan will have to admit is just laughable.
Don't forget to count all of the SIRIUS/XM radios installed in 2015 model cars, Robin!
In Howard's count the installers are listening to his show 8 hours a day while they are installing the units.
Several hundred thousand. He did 1.5 million cumulative for a longer 4 day a week show with Artie. No bullshit, he is probably well under 500,000 a day at this point.
That seems about right
O&A have said they do collect data and have numbers of who is listening to what.