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Stern on Hannity Radio, Tuesday 3/14/06

 
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 9:54 pm    Post subject: Stern on Hannity Radio, Tuesday 3/14/06  Reply with quote

Stern was on Hannity Radio, Tuesday 3/14/06... Free Republic posters weighed in big time on what they think of it. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1596164/posts

Probably not much different than what was said on Hannity's TV show...

Edit note: Just had a review pointed out to me here.. a lot of comments there too...
http://musicradio.computer.net/wwwboard/messages/281879.html
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Posted by Allan Sniffen on March 14, 2006 at 20:39:55:

Here's the interview that Sean Hannity did with Howard Stern today (March 14). This is talkradio that is about as good as it gets. Neither Stern nor Hannity stole the show, they both respected each other and each made intelligent and appropriate points.

Howard was, of course, Howard. For my tastes, I would have rather he left the R rated stuff out but that's his thing and asking him not to do his style of radio would be unfair. Sean gave him some room to do so, but didn't let it get out of hand and that was equally fair. Afterall, this was Sean's show. Neither one imposed himself on the other to the extent of disrespect.

Stern made some great points as to the CBS lawsuit and what he sees as the motivation for it. He was very candid about his radio technique even admitting to such things as censoring Opie and Anthony in the course of competition (as he sees it). He argued that his replacements on terrestrial radio should be given time and he actually toned down the bravado that usually accompanies his commentary of other shows

Sean asked terrific questions and kept Stern focused on where he wanted the interview to go. He knew enough not to get sucked into a discussion of his own personal life. Doing so would have turned this interview into an infomercial for Stern and Sirius. Hannity to his credit didn't let that happen.

Whether you like either of these guys or not, this is an interview anyone with an interest in radio should listen to. There's plenty of "inside baseball", plenty of personality from both and some very entertaining give and take. This is also a primer on how to both interview and be interviewed. If I were giving a course on how to do either, I would use this as an example.

Nice job by everyone involved.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 11:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

rapidshare.de/files/15555747/Hannity_Stern_3-14-2006.mp3.html
I saw that, but had missed Hannity's show - so was waiting to hear soundbytes. I understand Hannity spent 40 minutes before Howard came on justifying why Howard should be on the radio and what the threat of censorship meant to him. I'd heard Hannity say much of this before. Once Howard came on, their segment lasted just over an hour.
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Howard did ok. Hannity let him talk about the situation with CBS, but got in questions about Howard's old radio feuds (O&A, Imus) and some personal questions. He indicated he would possibly come on the Stern show, but Stern's ideas about getting him in the tickle chair was "sick" (of course Stern was kidding).
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 2:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Stern did ok there - and on Letterman, too - despite what any CBS or Free Republic critics might say. Guess Hannity is entitled to his 40 minute pre-appearance appeasement so his conservative fans would consider not turning off the radio. Apparently some did, some didn't.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 08, 2006 8:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hmm.. Good the lawsuit is settled. Looking forward to the re-airing (uncensored) of the older material. Stern and Hannity made some good radio and TV. Other than that, "no comment."

Letterman is a good friend to the Stern show. He doesn't deem to mind "Evil Dave's" pranks.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 7:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not a Hannity guy , but that would have been a good one!


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