CNN veteran Larry King to host Kremlin-funded TV show


Larry King interviews Carlos Slim during "A Conversation with Larry King and Carlos Slim" at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly HillsMOSCOW (Reuters) – CNN veteran Larry King will host a new show on Kremlin-funded TV station Russia Today next month, RT said on Wednesday. The English-language station, beamed to 630 million viewers worldwide, said it would launch “Politics with Larry King” in June. The show will be produced by Ora TV, an online broadcaster founded by King and Mexican telecoms tycoon Carlos Slim last year, and recorded in RT America’s Washington, DC, studio and Ora TV’s Los Angeles studio. RT said it also signed a deal to air the online talk show “Larry King Now”, which has been hosted by web broadcasters …

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Singer George Michael out of hospital after car accident

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