Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by 1Vegasgirl, Mar 18, 2014.
Amazing that Stern is still in it.
You're shitting me, Stern is #7?
I can't believe Hannity is number 2. I remember that guy in Atlanta and he seemed like an also-ran here, but I guess he tows a certain line that is attractive to a strong and loyal demographic.
One funny thing he did was one April fool's day, he traded places with the local alt-rock DJ's (he was a morning guy at the time) at 99X and he proclaimed during that show Nirvana would never be played again.
People were flippin' out.
Wonder how they judge. Bubba, & O&A are down there, but at least on it.
George Noory should be above Wiggy.
The top 6 are all relatively conservative compared to Stern.
Alan Stock, who is just our local guy here in Las Vegas, should be above Stern!!
Never even heard of most of these people. O&A #67
Jeff Christie is #1
Sean Hannity #2??? his ratings were so bad in Chicago (WLSAM) that they refused to renew his program and his show was bumped to a radio station which has one of the lowest ratings in the Chicago area (WIND)...
Kind of surprised that Andrew Wilkow is not on it.
Congrats again to Rush!
Conservative radio has a distinct advantage in that conservative listeners are very loyal and liberals are more likely to listen to the opposition.
It's as if liberals love to get pissed off.
Not surprising for Chicago. There is a lot more Country out there.
Or have jobs
I do tend to think that liberals are more likely to weigh more perspectives than conservatives. Love you Vegas, but it's what I believe.
It's the nature of things, though. Conservatives are, well, conservative. And this can be a good thing, actually (I do tend to be liberal). When you think of liberal over-reach such as Dubuque, Iowa's mayor in the 80's going for "diversity" by literally busing in blacks from Chicago and Detroit, well, you start thinking some liberalism is a bit, er, kooky.
Noory and Alex Jones should both be a lot higher.
Who wants to listen to hypocrites (both sides really) talk politics all day?
You beat me to it!
How's Harry Reid treatin' ya?