The Artie Lange Show

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The Artie Lange Show
Genre Sports/Entertainment
Starring Artie Lange
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 538
Location(s) New York (2011–April 28, 2014)
Production company(s) DirecTV Sports Group (2011–present)
Distributor Premiere Radio Networks (2011–present)
Original release October 3, 2011 (2011-10-03) – April 28, 2014 (2014-04-28)

The Artie Lange Show is a syndicated sports/entertainment talk show hosted by comedian and former Howard Stern Show personality Artie Lange, airing from 2011–2014. The show was originally launched in 2011 as The Nick & Artie Show, with Lange as co-host to Nick DiPaolo;[1] DiPaolo left the show in January of 2013, with Lange citing creative differences between DiPaolo and DirecTV.[2][3] It is currently produced by DirecTV Sports Group and is syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks. The three-hour program was broadcast live Monday – Friday beginning 10 pm ET/ 7 pm PT on radio. DirecTV airs the show on The Audience Network Tuesday – Friday from 2 am – 5 am ET and live Friday from 10 pm ET to 1 am ET Saturday.

Along with being broadcast on the radio, the show was also available to stream live 24/7 and download from The show was also available as a podcast from iTunes, SiriusXM Sports Zone (Channel 92), and as a mobile app from Stitcher Radio.

On September 7, 2012, the show began broadcasting on DirecTV's Audience Network.

The show was cancelled in April 2014; Lange announced the cancellation on the final show on April 28.[4]

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The Artie Lange Show was available on the Audience Network channel 239 on DirecTV, SiriusXM Sports Zone (Channel 92), Extreme Talk on iHeartRadio, and terrestrial radio affiliates throughout the United States. It is streamed at the show's website, Stitcher Radio app on smartphones and websites of affiliates. It is available as a podcast. The following is a list of affiliates:

Terrestrial Affiliates
Market Station Frequency Notes
Anchorage KOAN 1080 AM
Fort Myers-Naples WRXK-FM 96.1 FM
Miami-Fort Lauderdale WINZ 940 AM
West Palm Beach WZZR 94.3 FM


  1. ^ Hortillosa, Summer (2011-10-14). "Former Howard Stern sidekick Artie Lange has new radio show, to appear on David Letterman". The Jersey Journal. Retrieved 2013-01-16. 
  2. ^ "Nick DiPaolo Exits 'Nick And Artie Show'". All Access Music Group. 2013-01-14. Retrieved 2013-01-15. 
  3. ^ Greene, Andy (2013-10-10). "Artie Lange on His Suicide Attempt and Life After Howard Stern". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2014-01-12. 
  4. ^ "Breaking: “The Artie Lange Show” has been cancelled". The Laugh Button. 2014-04-28. Retrieved 2014-04-29. 

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