Larry King, the legendary US radio and television host, has died

Larry King, the legendary US radio and television host, has died

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Larry King, legendary US radio and television host, died of coronavirus at age 87. The famous journalist had been hospitalized for COVID-19 since the beginning of December in Los Angeles.

The journalist suffered from type 2 diabetes and has had numerous medical problems, including several heart attacks, lung cancer and angina pectoris, a disease caused by decreased blood flow to the heart.

King was one of the most important figures in the history of American television, famous for his shirts, his multi-colored ties, his suspenders and his big glasses. He hosted the show “Larry King Live” for 25 years. He interviewed all US presidents since 1974 and leaders such as the Palestinian Yasir Arafat or the Russian Vladimir Putin.

Abandonment CNN in 2010 and continued doing interviews broadcast on its website. In 2012 he launched the program “Larry King Now”On Ora TV, an on-demand video channel that he co-founded.

Throughout his life, King received more than a dozen awards from the media, including two Peabody Awards for excellence in broadcasting in 1982 and 1992, as well as an Emmy and 10 CableACE Awards for Best Interviewer, as well as Best Talk Show Series.

The sad news was confirmed through the communicator’s Twitter account. “With deep sadness, Ora Media announces the death of our co-founder, host and friend Larry King, who passed away this morning at age 87 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles,” the statement begins.

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