Howard Stern is a Yahoo! Guy

This morning at about 7:20, popular and often controversial radio host Howard Stern said he was a Yahoo user because that’s what he has set on his browser. I wonder if we’ll see Stern in Yahoo! ads anytime soon. (-:

He went on to call the 60 Minutes story about Google an “infomercial.” Note: Howard Stern is currently employed by Viacom (also the owner of CBS) but is leaving next year when he moves to satellite radio.

Stern also commented on the Google “were not in it for the money” mindset. This unofficial show transcript includes those comments. Perhaps he’ll have more on his official show rundown later today.

Postscript: Nathan at InsideGoogle has posted a full transcript that goes right to the part.

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