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Arnold Schwarzenegger. This is the end of a show, not the end of a man. King wore his signature suspenders -- a pair of red ones with a red-and-white polka-dot tie over a black shirt. He thanked his staff and producers.

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He is currently hosting specials for CNN. The archives of Larry King Live is a treasure trove of broadcast history, featuring compelling one-on-ones with many of the most famous and important people of the past two-and-a-half decades, as well as obscure individuals thrust into the spotlight by extraordinary circumstances.

Over the course of his historic career, Larry has done more than 50, interviews with newsmakers from all walks of life. With his unique, conversational approach to interviewing, he changed not only the landscape of cable television, but television news in general and became a domineering force in primetime news programming.

Larry King Live debuted on CNN in June , featuring its now-famous mix of celebrity interviews, political debates and topical discussions. When King made the transition from his successful national radio talk show to cable, he helped define the future of cable news programming and CNN.

Telecast each weeknight at 9 p. ET , the program featured phone calls and e-mails from viewers around the world. King has done some 50, interviews throughout his half century in broadcasting, including exclusive sit-downs with every U. King's award-winning jailhouse interviews include convicted murderers Sante Kimes and her son, Kenneth; Karla Faye Tucker, the first woman to be executed in Texas; and Mike Tyson. In , King pulled together a celebrity telethon just days after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, showing viewers around the world how they could contribute time, resources and money.

After Hurricane Katrina hit the U. Gulf Coast in , Larry King Live broadcast for 20 consecutive nights. His post-disaster programming included interviews with more than guests and a live, three-hour network special "How You Can Help. A very small sampling of the people he interviewed during that historic period includes Gens. After the Sept. His pre-election coverage for included the first interviews with each party's newly-selected vice presidential candidates. Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.

Kennedy, Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. Described as the "Muhammad Ali of the broadcast interview," King has been inducted into five of the nation's leading broadcasting halls of fame and is the recipient of the prestigious Allen H. Neuharth Award for Excellence in Journalism. King was also selected to be an Olympic Torch bearer for the Winter Games.

King received the Unity Award for excellence in public affairs, reporting on minority issues from Lincoln University of Missouri and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Public Service Award for his programming on depression in In , the American Academy of Achievement honored him with the Golden Plate Award for his life's work in the broadcasting industry.

Entertainment Tonight called him the "master interviewer," and King has made cameo appearances in more than 20 movies, including Ghostbusters, Primary Colors, America's Sweethearts, Shrek 2 and the remake of The Stepford Wives. Larry King.

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He is currently hosting specials for CNN. The archives of Larry King Live is a treasure trove of broadcast history, featuring compelling one-on-ones with many of the most famous and important people of the past two-and-a-half decades, as well as obscure individuals thrust into the spotlight by extraordinary circumstances. Over the course of his historic career, Larry has done more than 50, interviews with newsmakers from all walks of life. With his unique, conversational approach to interviewing, he changed not only the landscape of cable television, but television news in general and became a domineering force in primetime news programming.

Larry King's wife has revealed she was left 'hurt', 'crushed' and publicly 'humiliated' after her year-old husband filed for divorce after 22 years of marriage. I refuse to believe that he intended to humiliate me' In a DailyMailTV exclusive, Shawn King, 59, has broken her silence over the bombshell court filing and revealed how she was 'blindsided' with the news following a phone call from a reporter while at her second home in Utah.

It was hyped to the hilt and suitably eventful, even as King and Lady Gaga regarded each other with the bemusement of a human encountering an alien life form. Then, at the end of June, King suddenly announced he was retiring from his show -- a weeknight fixture at 9 p. ET since June 1, He told viewers, "It's time to hang up my nightly suspenders. The lineup for this farewell hour should be stellar, though no names have been announced.

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By Mark Leibovich. Rituals are important. Caricatures of him hung on the walls, depicting various stages of his perpetual middle age. People walked by and said hello and told him they always watched his show, even though King left CNN four and a half years ago. When he is not interviewing anyone, just eating lunch, King tends to slump in his chair. On TV, you experienced him mainly as sharp angles, arched shoulders and pointed elbows, and a collection of features and accouterments suspenders, saucer glasses. The beige of his unmade face lacks the glow that radiated when King was at his peak and framed by the edges of a screen. When you grow older, routines become important, King told me. Even to someone as emphatically nonreligious as he is, they can lend a measure of sanctity: the morning bagel quorum King leads with his old friends at the Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. Like all old people, or so King claims, he likes to read the obituaries first thing every morning.

After 25 years, Larry King giving up his CNN throne

King began as a local Florida journalist and radio interviewer in the s and s and gained prominence beginning in as host of The Larry King Show , an all-night nationwide call-in radio program heard on the Mutual Broadcasting System. He currently hosts Larry King Now on Hulu and RT America during the week, and on Thursdays he hosts Politicking with Larry King , a weekly political talk show which airs in the evening on the same two channels. King was born in Brooklyn , New York , one of two sons of Jennie Gitlitz , a garment worker who was born in Vilnius , Lithuania , and Aaron Zeiger, a restaurant owner and defense-plant worker who was born in Kolomyia , Austria-Hungary. King was educated at Lafayette High School , a public high school in Brooklyn. King was greatly affected by his father's death, and he lost interest in school.

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By Brian Steinberg. The dismissal opens — or perhaps closes — another chapter in an off-and-on relationship Beckel has had with the 21st Century Fox -owned cable-news outlet over the years. Executives conducted an internal investigation, this person said, and decided to part ways with Beckel Friday morning. Douglas Wigdor, an attorney who represents several current and former employees who have alleged racial discrimination at Fox News in a lawsuit, said he is representing the employee who complained about Beckel.

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Robert Gilliland Beckel [2] born November 15, [3] is an American political analyst and pundit , and a former political operative. He is a former [4] analyst and commentator on Fox News. He had previously been a commentator on Fox News where he co-hosted The Five until he was released in after being absent for several months while recovering from back surgery. He is the son of Cambridge Graham Beckel Jr. Kennedy 's presidential campaign in After college, Beckel served in the Philippines as a Peace Corps volunteer from to , [14] and later was a graduate school professor of politics at George Washington University.

Larry King ends his record-setting run on CNN

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