Howard welcomed into the studio a number of reporters for a press conference he decided to have to continue to spread the word about SIRIUS. Here is a list of some of the questions Howard was asked, as well as his responses to them: • Penny Crone, the newest member of the Howard 100 News team, who has been covering Howard Stern for several news organizations over the past few years wanted to know if he really was NOT married and if he had gotten a nose job. Yes he is not and no he has not had any surgery. • Keith Olberman of MSNBC wondered if Howard thought his move to satellite would cause other radio personalities to take the same action. Howard replied that satellite will allow people who were discarded by the regular-radio machine to have a place to practice their craft. Howard added that all broadcasters should embrace the technology that satellite offers, and that his first broadcast on the medium is history in the making, likening it to when television stars first began appearing on cable. • Howard told Maria Menounos from "Access Hollywood" that his two oldest daughters have expressed interest in being involved with his SIRIUS channels, and that he is in the process of developing a show for them. • A.J. Calloway from "Extra" asked Howard about his 22-year-old daughter's recent involvement in a play in which she didn't wear much clothing, as well as her subsequent break from the production. Howard explained that he'd have no qualms with his daughter being scantily clad in a play, as long as the play had some redeeming value. Howard went on to say that his daughter left the production after a legitimate dispute with the show's director, not because of anything he said or did. Howard said he has never been prouder of his daughter and the way she handled this situation. • Kim Dean of "Inside Edition" was curious about how Howard would keep the show fresh without losing its shock value. Howard responded that his show has always been about entertaining people, and that he won't use profanities just for the sake of using them. Howard also noted that he didn't think that the FCC would ever carry through with their threats of regulating satellite, because doing so would lead to the censorship of books, cable and the internet. • Howard also talked about how, although he understands that some people simply won't be able to afford listening to him on satellite, he didn't think spending 43 cents a day for nonstop music, sports, talk and comedy was too big a price for most people to pay. In addition, Howard repeated a number of times that he hadn't gotten married or engaged during his vacation. Howard went on to note that when compared to some of the actions taken by the United States government with the war in Iraq, as well as how hateful and hypocritical the religious right is, nothing he does on the show should be labeled, "indecent."