Stern landed his first professional radio job while at Boston University , performing on-air skits, news casting and production duties at WNTN in Newton, Massachusetts from August to December As the station's public affairs director, Stern also hosted a half-hour interview show on Sunday mornings, which he favored as it contained no music. He would ask more unusual type questions to his guests, such as their dating habits. Stern also began his "Dial-a-Date" routines at WCCC, and met Fred Norris , the station's overnight disc jockey who provided Stern's show with various comedic impressions of celebrities. I still sounded like an FM announcer". Stern held a bra-burning event and wrestled women outside the studios, and invited listeners to confess the most outrageous places where they had sex, and record their calls for the air.
Do they still have Frank Caliendo on their show doing impersonations? The guy was amazing. Even their Stern imitation was spot on and had me on the floor. Stern gave the impression that they were more of a zoo radio type of performance. It was about that point that I realized that this so called "rebel" was nothing more than a fake. Over the years Stern's lost his edge, his show isn't what it used to be and a 55 year old man trying to sound "hip" is a little odd.
Y'know, this is a good question. This tactic in releasing a game as is in order to meet a deadline has been used at other companies too, though their games were just as bare as NMS. It's the equivalent of turning in a report on time, but with only a few paragraphs.and then tell your professor you're going to finish the rest in the coming months.