Larry King returns to the radio
NEW YORK (AP) — Larry King is coming back to radio in the form of minute-long, daily reports starting on Monday.
The former CNN host will be featured on more than 50 stations owned by Cumulus across the U.S. AARP, a seniors advocacy group, will also feature it on its website, along with additional audio.
This will mark King’s return to radio after six decades, according to a statement released Saturday by his representative and AARP.
The 79-year-old King was a staple on CNN with “Larry King Live” for years, interviewing luminaries ranging from celebrities to politicians, until he left the cable network in 2010.