Stern Related Quotes

“If someone had come along and instantly maintained the ratings that Howard Stern had, that would have been looked at as the second coming of Christ,”

Michael Harrison

“Fear, born of that stern matron, Responsibility.”

William Mcfee

“The question to me is, what do we do? You kind of can see where (commissioner David) Stern is coming from, but I wonder if he's at a game and it's someone he cares about. What would he do? What are we supposed to do? This ruling tells us, again, in no uncertain terms, don't go in the stands. So now my question is, what do we do if someone we love is getting attacked?”

Malik Rose

“The primary difference is in the shows. If a person wants Howard Stern or National Public Radio or a certain kind of sports programming, they lean toward Sirius. If they don't care about those aspects, they swing either way.”

Paul Buchanan

“It's a smart strategic move for XM because they need to answer the Howard Stern question. It's not a dirt-cheap deal. But it does help XM attract a female audience.”

Frederick Moran

“[The key question is whether XM or Sirius would be willing to shell out the millions to lure Stern & Co. Analysts were split on that.] It's not quite economical yet for them to do it, although they both have cash on the balance sheet, ... The economics of it are not going to be easy. They're going to have to give up a pound of flesh.”

Steve Mather

“False happiness renders men stern and proud, and that happiness is never communicated. True happiness renders them kind and sensible, and that happiness is always shared.”

Charles De Montesquieu

“They want me to copy Howard [Stern]. But I refuse to regiment this show. ... I told them I would quit if they will not let me do what I was hired to do, which is create something unique.”

David Lee Roth

“It is a pretty stern test, ... You have to keep it down the middle because of the rough.”

David Howell

“He could be very stern with you, but when he was being stern, he felt like that was good for you. If you had done something stupid, he wouldn't mind pointing it out and that's good for you.”

Cliff Hapgood