New York Times Article: Prime-Time Stern

If anyone has a right to feel on top of the world, it’s Howard Stern — especially inside his elegant, cumulus-high apartment on the West Side of Manhattan, dominated by a solariumlike living room with views on one side extending far up the Hudson and the other encompassing the entire bucolic breadth of Central Park.

This is the aerie of a hugely successful man, which certainly describes Mr. Stern. Six years ago he cashed in decades of radio notoriety when he moved to the satellite-radio service Sirius (now Sirius XM) in one of the most lucrative deals in the history of show business, with an estimated worth in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

But when Mr. Stern says, “I feel blessed, I really feel fulfilled,” he’s talking about the sum of his career, not his salary. or

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