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FEBRUARY 7, 1986: HOWARD MOVES TO MORNINGS

FEBRUARY 7, 1986: HOWARD MOVES TO MORNINGS

On this date in 1986, not long after being hired as the afternoon show at 92.3 K-Rock, Howard announced that the show was moving to the big league: morning drive. He would trounce the competition, including one of the men who made his life hell at WNBC – Don Imus. The rest is history and the entire staff has been tired ever since.
  • As a friend, [Howard’s] always there to support you whether you’re on top of the world or the world is on top of you.

    John Stamos
  • Can I just say, I’m a little tired, Howard, of people telling me you’re the greatest interviewer on the planet. It’s getting a little aggravating Howard.

    Katie Couric
  • Howard, to me, is the guy who said, ‘be yourself and let the chips fall where they may,’ and that made me feel good. So I owe you a lot, Howard.

    Louis C.K.
  • Howard, you are absolutely phenomenal. You’re on my radio every morning.

    Bryan Cranston
  • I have to thank you. A lot of people know my story from your show. You guys gave me an opportunity to actually talk about my life.

    Jewel