Rumor has it that after an initial buzz of attention, Howard Stern’s Sirius Satellite radio show isn’t selling subscriptions as quickly as was hoped. So in an effort to boost attention—and maybe subscribers—Howard TV on Demand will offer a practically free sneak-peak at what goes on during his radio show. The program, according to a release, “will give devoted fans and first timers an opportunity to relive the wildest, sexiest, funniest, most jaw-dropping moments of 2006 for just one cent with the Howard TV On Demand Preview.” The event takes place Nov. 3 through 5, and is backed by a million-dollar media campaign by Walrus, N.Y., including print ads in Playboy, FHM and Maxim magazines. Decorum (and the boss) prohibits us from outlining exactly what the show will show, but you can get an idea of it all at https://www.howard.tv/preview. But be forewarned: We’ve already seen portions of Howard’s show On Demand; it ain’t exactly Scooby-Doo.