Originally Posted by DestroVega
He was still #1 in just about every market he was simulcast on when he left free radio. Hardly irrelevant. .
He also got millions of people to buy a pay service so they could listen to him, something no one else in radio could do.
And the crowds currently going to see America's Got Talent tapings are packed with Howard fanatics.
Wether or not you were/are a fan of the show is something entirely different.
As far as the number of days he works, he works three days a week on a normal week. It has nothing to do with his lawsuit, he sued them after his last deal was worked out. They wanted him to re-sign, he really wanted to work less or just retire.
Its a shell of what the show used to be in almost every way. Even ratings suggest there arent many people listening anymore.
How are the ratings for AGT? I have never bothered to look into it.