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Entertainment Death of Larry King: the famous journalist died of Covid-19 at the age of 87

16:55  23 january  2021
16:55  23 january  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Mort de Larry King : le célèbre journaliste est décédé de la Covid-19 à l'âge de 87 ans © KCS Death of Larry King: the famous journalist died of Covid-19 at the age of 87 The television world is in mourning. This Saturday, January 23, the Ora Tv channel announced the death of its journalist Larry King. Affected by Covid-19, the latter died at the age of 87 at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.

A figure of American television is gone. Larry King, famous journalist, died on Saturday January 23 at the age of 87 . He would have succumbed to Covid-19 at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, where he had been admitted at the end of 2020 . It is the internet channel Ora TV, which employs him since 2012 , which announced his disappearance on his official Twitter account. "His interviews, whether in Larry King Live, Larry King Now or Politicking with Larry King, have influenced media around the world and are part of the history of the late 20th and early 21st century," said she wrote. She continues her message by paying tribute to the father of five children , who would have always kept his head on his shoulders: "Even if it was his name that appeared in the title of his shows, Larry always saw the subjects of his interviews as the real stars of the program, and saw himself as a neutral vector link between guest and audience. "

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From Lawrence Zeiger to Larry King

Born November 19, 1933 , in Brooklyn, a district of New York, Larry King began his career when he was still a teenager. A CBS host, he met by chance, advised him to go to Florida, an expanding radio market , where opportunities still existed for inexperienced radio personalities. The apprentice had therefore gone to Miami where, after having suffered several refusals, he had landed his first contract. Its first program was broadcast on May 1, 1957, from 9 a.m. to noon . He also did two mid-day news bulletins and a sports program. All for a salary of $ 55 per week. It was when the managing director of the radio station told him that his real name, Lawrence Zeiger, was too difficult to remember, that he switched to the pseudonym Larry King.

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Become a local star, Larry King landed his first television show in 1960 with Miami Undercover, where he debated current affairs. Shortly after, during the 1970/1971 season, he became a sports consultant for the NFL (National Football League) team of the Miami Dolphins. But it was when he was recruited by CNN in June 1985 that his notoriety really exploded. He presented for 25 years the Larry King Live show, in which he interviewed all American presidents and leaders such as Palestinian Yasser Arafat or Russian Vladimir Poutine , as well as stars like Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando or Barbra Streisand. A man who will have definitely marked history.

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