King, Larry

King, Larry

(1933–  ) radio/television host; born in New York City. A radio broadcaster in Miami at age 25, he wrote entertainment columns for the Miami Herald in the 1970s. In 1978 he began a national late-night radio show on the Mutual Network. He was host of CNN TV's Larry King Live (1985), an interview/call-in show, most famous for being the occasion where Ross Perot announced his presidential intentions in 1992.
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AS CANADA'S BOOK-selling king, Larry Stevenson over-saw an expanding empire.
Also in the mix for the title are two more fighters contracted to King, Larry Donald and Kirk Johnson, who are set to fight to decide who gets to face Tua to determine the next mandatory IBF challenger.