Larry King, the infallible TV presenter, dies at 87

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Larry King, the infallible TV presenter, dies at 87


Larry King has lost ‘a hard battle against coronavirus’, describes a statement from his relatives, sent from the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center hospital in Los Angeles, in the United States. He television host who, in 2010, announced that he was hanging his iconic suspenders from the Larry King Live daily talk showAfter 25 years and more than 50,000 conversations later, he has died.

Between the doubts about a coronavirus vaccine that, for many, does not guarantee the total security of safeguarding ourselves, Larry King leaves a legacy with several broken hearts. ‘Larry King, CNN presenter She has long become an icon through her interviews with countless newsmakers and her wardrobe sensibilities, died. I had 87 years‘reports the house in which it became popular.




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Larry King and Bette Midler and Larry King Live.

Larry King: the television host who leaves the greatest legacy

There was no international figure who would not yearn to be interviewed in Larry King Live. The list includes Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, Oprah Winfrey, Yasir Arafat, Bill Gates, Frank Sinatra, Margaret Thatcher, Vladimir Putin, Hugo Chávez and Richard Nixon. His intrepid way of conversing noted the excitement of his audience for more than two decades, endowing him with a mastery that many wanted to imitate at night.



Larry King interviews Dalai Lama.


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Larry King interviews Dalai Lama.

For the above, Larry King received countless recognitions. Since being inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1989, receiving the President’s Award for High Media Impact from the Los Angeles Press Club (2006), winning more than 10 Cable ACE Awards for Best Interviewer and Best Talk Show with Larry King Live, until he took home an Emmy Award. The legendary American presenter will remain in the memory of more than one continent and in his colleagues on each of the platforms in which he excelled: from radio and television, to digital media. Until always, Larry King.

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