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Fans anxious to view Howard Sternâ€™s uncensored broadcasts on Sirius Satellite Radio are going to have to wait a little while longer. In Demand will launch its Howard Stern On Demand subscription service Nov. 18 for $9.99 per month, featuring archival programming from the shock jockâ€™s radio show on Infinity Broadcasting Corp. In Demand, though, will offer the first two months of Sternâ€™s Sirius radio shows once it gains the rights to the satellite package, as well as extant library fare. At that point, subscribers will be able to view Sternâ€™s daily Sirius shows some 36 hours after they premiere on the satellite-radio platform. However, those interested in seeing the self-proclaimed â€œKing of All Mediaâ€™sâ€� shenanigans on his new Sirius gig, which begins Jan. 2, will have to cool their heels for another two months, until the new video content is made available in March, according to In Demand president Rob Jacobson. On April 1, the network will increase the price of the package to $13.99 per month in order to reflect the new programming, Jacobson said.
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