When it comes to the National Radio Hall of Fame, will the fourth time finally be the charm for Howard Stern? And if he does get voted in, will the self-proclaimed "King of All Media" even bother to show up for the honor?
Those were among the first questions that leaped to mind Tuesday when the Chicago-based Radio Hall of Fame announced its 2010 list of nominees. Stern, who's been nominated three times before, is competing this year in the "national active" category with Carl Kasell, retired news anchor on National Public Radio's "Morning Edition" and official judge and scorekeeper on "Wait, Wait . .