Howard Stern calls time on 35-year career
Legendary US jock Howard Stern has announced his retirement from radio.
RadarOnline reports that Stern revealed that he will end his career, which has spanned 35 years after his current contract ends in 2020.
“When I get out of radio. I’m getting out man. I’m pretty sure I’m almost out the door,” he said.
“I’m getting out anyway because I realize that radio is affecting my health. When I’m home on the weekends I’m fine.”
“And then what happens?” responded co-host Robin Quivers.
“And then when I come here all kinds of s**t happens. I won’t get into all the details, but I get all f**king anxious, and medical issues. I’m getting out,” Stern said.
“No really, I’m done. Two years and I’m out of here.”
The Howard Stern Show has been broadcast since 1986 and became exclusive to Sirius XM in 2006.