King was the Emmy award winning host
of CNN’s longest running interview
program. Dubbed “the most remarkable
talk-show host on TV ever” by TV
Guide and “master of the mike” by
TIME magazine, the show featured
guests from across the gamut of
business, entertainment and politics
including present and past
presidents, kings, queens, movie
stars and health care professionals.
After a massive heart attack in
1987, Mr. King created the Larry
King Cardiac Foundation to provide
funding for life saving cardiac
procedures for individuals who, due
to limited means and no insurance,
would be otherwise unable to receive
life saving treatment.
Editor-in-Chief Gary Barg turns the
tables on the nation’s leading
interviewer for a heart felt and
wide ranging conversation.
I don’t think that you would
remember, but this is actually the
second interview we’ve done
When was the last one?
GB: It was
40 years ago. It was on a houseboat
across from the Fountainbleu hotel
in Miami Beach, Florida. I was about
10 years old and going to Camp
Ocala. You were interviewing the
owners of the camp and they wanted
to bring a camper on. I remember
your being so nice to me, and I very
much appreciated that.
That was 41 years ago because that
was in 1965. I’ve been in the
business 49 years now...read more
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can continue to be Caregivers, we must be able to see
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percent of seniors take medications prescribed by
more than one physician and 72 percent take
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months ago...read more
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