Nino Del Padre appeared as an in studio guest with Riley Martin on the Howard Stern Show on July 17, 2007. Riley and Nino where on the show to promote Martin’s new website http://www.rileymartin.com/ that Del Padre created along with new products including the popular Riley Martin Talking Bobblehead.

Howard himself was impressed with the new website design “I went on rileymartin.com the other day and it is some website, there is a film on there that is quite good, it’s very big. It makes Riley out to be Superman” said Stern. “You did a great job on the website, congratulations” Stern said to Nino Del Padre.

Nino Del Padre, Eric “Eron” McCauley and Howard Stern.
Nino Del Padre, Eric “Eron” McCauley and Howard Stern.

Eric “Eron” McCauley, Riley Martin and Nino Del Padre.
Eric “Eron” McCauley, Riley Martin and Nino Del Padre.

Stern show co-host Fred Norris was also excited about the new website “Did you look at the new website? It looks like a fu**ing motion picture screening, it’s unbelievable!” Norris said to Gary Dell’Abate on the wrap-up show.

The Riley Martin Web site and e-commerce projects were first lauded on “Howard Stern News” after a one-page introduction of the site, rileymartin.tv, went live. Del Padre took the project on himself, creating a dynamic teaser that blends video and Flash animation and resembles a movie trailer.

Nino Del Padre, Robin Quivers, Victor “X” and Riley Martin.
Nino Del Padre, Robin Quivers, Victor “X” and Riley Martin.

The site features other products produced by DVP, including an audio book of Martin’s novel, The Coming of Tan, as well as a Riley Martin ringtones, and talking bobbleheads. Riley Martin merchandise including t-shirts, mugs, and bumper stickers is also available for sale on the site.

Martin is one of the Stern show’s more colorful characters. He is the author of “The Coming of Tan.” His television and radio appearances on national programs including Coast to Coast AM, Jerry Springer, and London, England’s Resonance 104.4 have earned Martin a cult following and a place in pop culture history.

Nino Del Padre, Ronnie “The Limo Driver” Mund and Riley Martin.
Nino Del Padre, Ronnie “The Limo Driver” Mund and Riley Martin.