Howard Stern Net Worth
Howard Stern Net Worth: Howard Stern is an American radio and television personality who has a net worth of $600 million and annual salary of $90 million. Howard Stern was born on January 12, 1954. He is arguably the most successful radio host of all time. "The Howard Stern Show", was a nationally syndicated radio program for many years and today is found on Sirius Satellite. On his show, Howard touches on wide range topics with uncensored dialogue and interviews. Howard Stern's outspoken style earned him repeated fines by the FCC for indecency bewteen 1986 to 2005. Stern began his radio career in college at Boston University, then made his professional debut at WNTN in Newton Massachusetts in 1975. Stern worked at various radio stations before eventually landing at WXRK in New York City where he worked for 20 years before switching to Sirius satellite radio in 2005. On Sirius, Howard enjoys total uncensored free speech, outside of the FCC's grasp. During Stern's time at WXRK he attracted peak audiences of close to 20 million across 60 markets in both the United States and Canada.
Howard Stern Net Worth: More than just radio!
Stern signed a $1 million advance contract with Simon & Schuster in 1993 to publish his first biographical book, Private Parts, which was released on October 7, 1993. The book's first printing sold 225,000 copies within hours of going on sale, becoming the fastest-selling title in Schuster's history. A film adaptation of the biographical Private Parts, with Howard Stern playing himself in the title role, was released on March 7, 1997 and topped the box office in its opening weekend with a gross of $14.6 million. Private Parts sold a total of $41.2 million in movie tickets. Stern continues to work for Sirius and is currently the highest-paid radio figure in the United States. He also earns $15 million per year as a judge on the hit NBC reality show America's Got Talent. In December 2015, Howard signed a new 5-year deal with Sirius that reportedly will pay him $90 million per year, up from his previous $80 million per year.