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Larry King leaves CNN after 25 years

For CNN fans and the American population, Larry King can arguably be considered as part of America’s heritage. His Tv show ‘Larry King Live’ has been broadcast on CNN for the past 25 years. During that time, Mr. King has recorded more than 6,000 shows with some very high-profile guests, ranging from J.F Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Marlon Brando to George Bush Sr, Paris Hilton and Barack Obama.

Yesterday, 16th of December 2010 heralded the final episode of  CNN’s ‘Larry King Live’ show.

Among the stream of well-wishers that filled his final show, were two US presidents; former president Bill Clinton and current Barack Obama.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger even proclaimed last thursday ‘Larry King Day’

His wife Shannon and son, Chase and Cannon joined in saying goodbye.

British Talk show host Piers Morgan will take over Larry King’s coveted time slot in January.

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Even though I am not a CNN fan, I must admit Larry King Live is one of the only shows I stop by to watch while flipping through channels. Good luck Larry King, time to play ‘papa.’

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3 comments on “Larry King leaves CNN after 25 years

  1. Alfred Ade-Ijimakinwa
    December 17, 2010

    Goretti, I must commend your ireport/PR blog. Very interesting. Keep it up and coming.I’m a die-hard fan of Larry King and would miss him greatly. I like Pier Morgan. I hope he will fit in perfectly

  2. Alfred Ade-Ijimakinwa
    December 17, 2010

    All hail Larry King. I am a die-hard fan of Larry and wud miss him greatly. I like Piers Morgan too. I hope he fits in perfectly.

  3. Nkenglefac Yochembeng
    December 20, 2010

    Larry KING deserves a good rest.He has been outstanding over the years.My only worry is that he might not have groomed somebody to take over.

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