$83,000,000 worth of stock as a bonus. All these shock jocks have the worst radio shows yet get paid millions to talk nonsense. NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sirius Satellite Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI - News) paid shock jock Howard Stern a bonus worth nearly $83 million on Tuesday for surpassing subscriber goals set in a 2004 contract that had already turned heads with its $500 million compensation package. Last week, the company reported that it ended 2006 with more than 6 million subscribers, at the middle of a forecast range made in December, triggering the bonus payment of about 22.1 million shares. Sirius closed at $3.76 on Tuesday.