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  CNN Programs - Anchors/Reporters - Larry King
Larry King – host of CNN's Larry King Live, the first worldwide phone-in TV talk show – is celebrating his 50th year in broadcasting in 2007.
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.
King is married to singer/actress Shawn Southwick-King and is the father of Andy, Larry Jr., Chaia, Chance and Cannon and stepfather to Danny Southwick.
www.cnn.com /CNN/anchors_reporters/king.larry.html   (950 words)

  CNN Transcript - Larry King Live: Gordon Hinckley: Distinguished Religious Leader of the Mormons   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Larry King: Prosecutors in Utah are quoted as saying -- they told "The Salt Lake Tribune" -- that it's difficult to prosecute polygamists because of a lack of evidence; that ex-wives and daughters rarely complain about it.
Larry King: That is the essence of the concept of the church.
Larry King: And that is the Latter-day Saints?
www.lds-mormon.com /lkl_00.shtml   (6193 words)

 Larry King - King Of Manure
King, a member of the Hemlock society, and champion of criminal degenerates everywhere, did little to uncover the hideous, diabolical, cold and calculating character of Mr.
Larry King is now a one-woman man, as he is married to singer/model/TV host Shawn Southwick.
In conclusion, Larry King likes to bring out the best in Evil, putting it on display, and spinning it for all who are gullible to listen to.
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 Larry King - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Larry King (born Lawrence Harvey Zeiger on November 19, 1933) is an award-winning American broadcaster.
Larry's parents were Jennie and Eddie Zeiger, Jews who had emigrated from Belarus (Minsk and Pinsk) to Brooklyn, New York, where Larry was born.
King was a three-pack-a-day smoker and kept a lit cigarette during his interview so he would not have to take time to light up during breaks.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Larry_King   (2008 words)

 Larry King
King’s boss stormed into his booth and said, “This is the communications business, so communicate!” So on May 1, 1957, at WAHR in Miami Beach, Florida, Larry King found his voice and has not stopped talking ever since.
King, born Larry H. Zeiger on November 19, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York, was the son of Orthodox Jews who had emigrated from Russia.
King himself admits that he rarely ever holds a grudge, that he is loyal to a fault, even to the point of not being able to fire people.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/larryking.html   (3317 words)

 Larry King Live
KING: Obviously -- this case of Audrey Kishline is a blow to your concept, since she wrote a book called "Moderate Drinking." She was one of the founders of Moderation Management, and she winds up killing two people drinking in a car.
KING: Now, she has pled guilty, and she's going to -- we are going to meet the prosecutor in a couple moments.
KING: 86 percent of all homicides are alcohol-related; 70 percent of all child abuse; 100,000 deaths from alcohol each year.
www.doctordeluca.com /Documents/LarryKingLive_7-10_Transcript.htm   (7052 words)

 Larry King
King's parents were Russian immigrants, and he grew up in Brooklyn, where Sandy Koufax was a childhood chum.
King started working as a janitor and gopher at a Miami Beach radio station in 1957, and first went on the air when one of their announcers quit without notice.
King prefers to ask what he calls "human questions", not "press-conference questions", and characterizes himself as an "interviewer", not a journalist.
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 Show Pages - Larry King Live - CNN.com
Across the nation and around the world, viewers have made "Larry King Live" a part of their nightly television routine.
Larry King's producers take you behind the scenes.
The 2008 'An Evening with Larry King' gala raised $1.2 million for the Foundation; and featured performances by musician Seal and comedian Darrell Hammond.
edition.cnn.com /CNN/Programs/larry.king.live   (541 words)

 Larry King Photos - Larry King News - Larry King Information
Larry has had countless exclusive interviews with secluded people and is often granted access to secluded places.
Larry is a star in the media business, and brings newscasting to a whole new level.
Larry was featured in the 1996 paperback Mug Shots that includes many other celebrities who've been arrested for one reason or another.
www.tv.com /larry-king/person/3395/summary.html   (321 words)

 Transcript of Harry belafonte-Larry King Interview
KING: I'm sorry, I don't mean -- isn't it possible, Harry, one, that Colin Powell, who has stood up for his country, fought for his country, may have disagreed in counsel, but supports his president in a tough time of need -- why compare that to being -- as a slave?
KING: But can't Colin Powell have a belief that the Iraqi situation is the administration's point of view, is correct and agree with its principles without giving up his own -- you're assuming that he's going against his principles.
KING: Well, because many of the public would say, as you said, slavery is a great -- as a part of American history, many would say, the farther we get away from it the better, and referral was only taking it back to bad times.
www.nathanielturner.com /transcriptbelafonteking.htm   (4559 words)

 larry king bio
Larry King Live debuted on CNN in 1985 with its mix of celebrity interviews, political debates and topical discussion.
King has been asking people questions for more than 40 years and is one of the most respected personalities in the industry, having accumulated more than 40,000 interviews including every living U.S. president and first lady since the Nixon administration, in addition to the late Richard Nixon.
King was also crowned Bacchus XXXIII at the 2001 Mardi Gras in New Orleans and was presented the keys to the city.
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 King of the Paranormal (Doubt and About)
King also conducted "award-winning jailhouse interviews" with Karla Faye Tucker and Mike Tyson, and has won journalism accolades ranging from the Allen H. Neuharth Award for Excellence in Journalism to the George Foster Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting.
King's uncritical presentation of spiritualists like Browne and Edward, as well as James Van Praagh and Rosemary Altea, reached such a pitch in 1999 that two leading skeptics, CSICOP's Paul Kurtz and Joe Nickell, sent a complaint letter to King and one of his producers.
Shermer opines that "Larry King is not in the news department, he's in the entertainment department, so he's not required to have any journalistic ethics, and he doesn't." But there are problems with this response.
www.csicop.org /doubtandabout/larryking   (2524 words)

 Radio Hall of Fame - Larry King, Talk Show Host
By the 1980s, The Larry King Show was being carried by more than 250 affiliates, claiming a weekly audience of between 3 and 5 million.
When one of the station’s disc jockeys suddenly quit, Larry got his big break by replacing him on May 1, 1957, and he changed his name to King at that time.
Larry King was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1989.
www.radiohof.org /newstalk/larryking.html   (219 words)

 Larry King Mugshot
Arrested in Miami on December 20, 1971 on charges of grand larceny, Larry King was in debt to sustain an extravagant lifestyle among other things.
There is a connection here to the Kennedy Assassination, as the debt which prompted this arrest was apparently regarding a loan to a financial backer of Jim Garrison.
Larry King is the cable TV talkshow host of CNN's "Larry King Live".
www.mugshots.org /hollywood/larry-king.html   (76 words)

King says that he feels “a great connection to the Russian people, and an affinity for Russia, but I’m an American, a cultural American Jew”.
He was sweeping floors at WAHR radio Miami in 1957 when the disc jockey quit one day, and Larry, asked by the producer to change his surname to King, took the microphone.
King pondered the secret of his success at a posh Beverly Hills hotel, the day before my visit to his mansion.
www.nicholaskralev.com /FT-king.html   (2234 words)

 Larry King Live
KING: Laci's father, Dennis Rocha, is reported to have said that he believes Scott is the person responsible.
KING: By the way, we'll be going to your calls at the bottom of the hour if why you want to get in early.
And police are playing it very close to the vest, Larry, as you have observed and I think that they are giving the police line and also, as we have said on your program, Larry, you don't name somebody a suspect upfront.
www.lacipeterson.com /larrykinglive02252003.html   (6795 words)

 Westwood One: Last Night On Larry King Live   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks tells Larry that her anti-war comments that created so much controversey were not planned but just what the group was feeling at the time.
Larry Questions John Mark Karr, who is somehow surprised with all the attetion that the Jonbenet Ramsey case has brought to him.
Larry interviews Kevin Lidle, who reveals the state of shock that he and and his family are in after his twin brother Cory Lidle was killed in a plane crash.
www.westwoodone.com /mediabits?dispid2=303   (335 words)

 Larry King Live - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Larry King Live is a nightly CNN interview program hosted by broadcaster and writer Larry King.
King's program is the highest rated on CNN and sometimes covers live breaking news with the help of correspondents like Anderson Cooper and Wolf Blitzer.
King does not do elaborate prep work, but his staff do and his executive producer is the one who really keeps things moving, according to King and others.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Larry_King_Live   (828 words)

 CNN.com - Transcripts
Welcome to a special edition of LARRY KING LIVE here in New York with Senator John Kerry, who's frequently appeared on this show, and Teresa Heinz Kerry, her first appearance on this show.
KING: We'll be right back with Senator John Kerry and Teresa Heinz Kerry on this edition of Larry King Live.
Look, Larry, one American would not trade the economy we had in the 1990s, the fact that we were not at war and young Americans were not deployed.
transcripts.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0407/08/lkl.00.html   (6543 words)

 Larry King News
I watched Larry King last night and was rather stunned that Donald Trump ripped Angelina Jolie apart.
Larry King Cardiac Foundation and Charitable Airlift Partnership to...
Larry Birkhead, a photographer who claims he's the father of Anna Nicole Smith's new daughter, Dannie Lynn Hope, has filed papers seeking the child's return to California for paternity tests, USA Today reports.
www.topix.net /who/larry-king   (738 words)

 Larry King Cardiac Foundation: About the Larry King Cardiac Foundation
The Larry King Cardiac Foundation (LKCF) was established in 1988 to provide funding for life-saving treatment for individuals who, due to limited means or no insurance, would otherwise be unable to receive the treatment and care they so desperately need.
The Larry King Cardiac Foundation is a non-profit organization funded from the proceeds of Mr.
Larry King is just one of the more than 60 million people in the United States who suffers from heart disease.
www.lkcf.org /site/PageServer?pagename=abt_main   (378 words)

 Crooks and Liars » Larry King
Larry King tries to get Moore to praise McCain, as all elite media pundits do, but Michael hits him hard on vowing to run a third Bush term with disastrous policies that as an “elderly American” would hurt him, were he not a U.S. Senator:
It might have been technical difficulties that occured when Larry King was going to ask Lieberman about "The Kiss." It probably was technical difficulties that resulted in Lieberman not being able to hear Larry’s question so they had to end the segment.
Horowitz was on Larry King to defend Ann Coulter’s vicious attack of the 9/11 widows in her new book.
www.crooksandliars.com /category/cnn/larry-king   (2233 words)

 USATODAY.com - A New York boy pays tribute, bids farewell
I have never felt closer to the place of my birth than in the past two weeks.
I want to thank all the editors I have worked with and the hundreds of people who worked so hard to turn this out every day.
Larry King Live airs nightly on CNN and the Westwood One Radio Network.
www.usatoday.com /life/columns/lking.htm   (601 words)

 Random House | Authors | Larry King
Larry King is the Emmy Award–winning host of Larry King Live on CNN and the author of several bestselling books.
Larry King, whose previous books have sold more than one million copies, tells the moving and heartwarming stories of couples who met by chance and fell in love during World War II, based on his original interviews.
Larry King, world-famous radio and television personality, has asked the talented, the beautiful, the wise, and the rich a question all of us have pondered: How would you like to be remembered after your death?
www.randomhouse.com /author/results.pperl?authorid=15725   (462 words)

 Larry King Live | NewsBusters.org
King’s guests consisted of 9liberal Democrat Senators, four of whom are up for reelection in November, and 0 Republicans.
When asked by King about her 2003 remarks at a London concert where she said she was ashamed that President Bush was a fellow Texan, lead singer Natalie Maines maintained that her "genius" comment was spontaneous and that she believed she was "defending" America.
On CNN’s “Larry King Live” last night, retired CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite said Americans are ignorant, and that the majority of the population isn’t smart enough to make the proper decisions at election time to vote for president.
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 SI.com - Larry King - Larry King: Sports a la King - Wednesday August 13, 2003 12:04 PM
It could be that the U.S. players are concerned with their individual games, but I don't know that as a fact.
Larry King is celebrating his 45th year in broadcasting.
He is the host of Larry King Live, which airs every weeknight at 9 p.m.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /features/larryking   (833 words)

 Larry King Law - In the News
King noted that the firm is honored by this recognition, and congratulates all staff members for their hard work in making this possible.
King emphasized his philosophy that the use and mastering of cutting edge technology is essential in today’s fast changing world and necessary for a successful legal practice.
King was honored by being inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame of Dai Nippon Butoku Kai, USA Division.
www.larrykinglaw.com /news.htm   (1092 words)

 The Larry King Cardiac Foundation: providing funding for life saving cardiac procedures for people with limited means ...
The Larry King Cardiac Foundation: providing funding for life saving cardiac procedures for people with limited means and no: Larry King Cardiac Foundation heart disease, no insurance cardiac procedures
Watch these best wishes messages from some of Larry's friends as they help Larry and the Foundation celebrate 20 years of saving a heart a day.
Register of the King of Hearts/Larry King Birthday Gala on Saturday, November 15 for an evening of entertainment and fun.
www.lkcf.org   (266 words)

 Larry King
We were standing in the green room of Larry King's L. studio and for me, it felt more like a family reunion.
On the air, Larry King was in his trademark suspenders and fl rimmed glasses.
Appearing on Larry King was a great experience; it's like a good debate that's lively and intelligent.
www.lesra.com /larryking.htm   (350 words)

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