Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by FCCstandards, May 28, 2014.
Brett Larson, maybe Lisa G left!
Heard him today. No Steve Langford, but I didn't find him annoying like the others.
He has one step above the others....he works for free.
I love Leiberman. During the Sabien bathroom incident he was hysetrical. "It was an explosion of epic proportions"...."This was a terrorist act!"
Looks like he's really into tech, maybe he can advise Howard on sim cards:
Brett Larson (born March 8, 1976, Pleasanton, California) is a reporter. His career has covered all aspects of broadcast: radio, television and Internet. He anchored radio news at 1010 WINS (AM) in New York, and can be heard on the Fox News Radio Network across the United States. Until July 17, 2012 he anchored afternoons on FM News 101.9; however WEMP changed formats to alternative music on July 17, 2012.
Larson also heads "Brett Larson Media" which produces and presents technology related programs that air on several television stations and Internet sites.
[h=3]TechTV[/h]From 2001 to 2003 he worked for TechTV, a 24-hour cable and satellite channel based in San Francisco, California. The show featured news and programs about computers, technology, and the Internet. Larson mostly appeared on "Call For Help", doing the show's "Mac Tip of the Day". In 2004, TechTV merged with the G4 gaming channel which ultimately dissolved TechTV programming.
[h=3]CBS and Fox[/h]In 2003 he moved to New York to become the technology and science correspondent with WCBS-TV. While there, he appeared regularly on CBS 2 News This Morning, The CBS Evening News andThe Early Show.
From 2007 to 2009, Larson was with WNYW-TV FOX 5 in New York City. His on-air assignments covered a wide range of subjects but he specialized in environmental and technology reports. It was here that he created the interactive web show Good Day Live Online which followed Fox 5's Good Day New York every weekday.
[h=3]High Tech Toys for the Holidays[/h]In 2004, Larson took over the hosting duties for High Tech Toys for the Holidays, a nationally syndicated program that annually showcases the very latest tech gadgets in time for the holiday shopping season. The show continues to gain audience and currently ranks first or second place for its time slot in almost every market nationwide.
[h=3]Other Broadcast[/h]He appears regularly on syndicated show Toni On! which airs on Tribune stations. Larson received an Emmy Award for his CBS story on the 50th anniversary of color television. In January, 2011, he contributed a technology segment to the new Early Show on CBS. He made a special appearance as a maitre d' on ABC's All My Children. In addition, Larson is a regular contributor to Nancy Grace's weeknight talk show on cable news channel HLN.
[h=2]Radio[/h]Larson's radio career started at a small radio station while attending San Francisco City College. He then moved on to stations in Reno (Magic 95.5), San Francisco (KBGG 98.1, K101 and KFRC 99.7) and San Jose (KBAY 94.5). He anchored the news at FM News 101.9 in New York and FM News 101.1 in Chicago until July 17, 2012, as both stations changed their formats on this day. Brett can now be heard on SiriusXM radio's Howard 100 and Howard 101, as part of the news team. The Howard Stern news department covers all news related to the Howard Stern show.
[h=2]Internet[/h]He hosts the Internet program Killer Apps, which can be seen at killerapps.tv and on DirecTV, and writes a tech-focused blog for the Toni On! website. While at Fox 5 New York, Larson produced and hosted Good Day Live, an interactive online web show that followed Good Day New York every morning. This show produced segments and guest interviews and allowed viewers to ask questions and comment online with celebrities such as Liza Minnelli and Justin Bieber who had appeared earlier on Good Day. In 2005, Larson briefly hosted about.com's Gadget blog.
[h=2]Print[/h]Larson worked as an assistant editor for Macworld magazine from 1999 to 2001. Along with writing a weekly column, he also made appearances on TechTV on behalf of the magazine. In 2001 he left the publication to become the Mac and Apple authority at TechTV.
will Techno Beaver get territorial?
why would howard hire another reporter....there's barely enough content to report on now.
I bet this guy was hired to take Ralphie's Geek Time to the next level.
I love how Mr. Howard-hit-it-out-of-park Hein cannot hide his hatred and disgust for Ralph and will not work with him.
Ralph has the opposite rep as Howard, yet they are like twins.
I haven't hear Lisa G in a while, not even on YES Network.
What does the hipster from San Fran look like?
Might not be ego
I think this guy has been on for a couple of months. But maybe the young, vivacious Lisa G is gonna take a maternity leave and finally have a mud baby.
she's about a score late for that.
Maybe she's moved on since they cut the H100 news entirely out of the show.
Lisa G...she's a round...
She's a writer for the show now.
Control the information flow.
Her womb shriveled up and died few decades ago.
Pffft! Sperm would never make it past the cobwebs.
He's not a jew. I call bullshit
Even if it did, her rotten egg would reject them.