NEW YORK (AP) — If you've missed the musings of Larry King, you're in luck — he's coming to radio in the form of minute-long, daily reports starting on Veterans Day.
The former CNN host will be featured on more than 50 stations owned by Cumulus across the nation. AARP will also feature it on its website, along with additional audio.
FILE - This Feb. 17, 2013 file photo shows Larry King at the 8th Annual Los Angeles, Italia Film, Fashion and Art Festival where Al Pacino is being honored with the Jack Valenti L.A. Italia Legend Award in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)
This will mark King's return to radio after six decades, according to a statement released Saturday by his rep and AARP.
The 79-year-old King was a staple on CNN with "Larry King Live" for years, interviewing luminaries ranging from celebrities to politicians, until he left the network 2010.
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