Larry King Announces Online Talk Show, Steve Harvey Brings New Show to Chicago
Almost a month after parting ways with CNN, Larry King is set to launch a new daily talk show on internet TV network. His interview program will stream on soon-to-launch Ora.TV, which is co-founded by King and Mexican telecommunications mogul Carlos Slim.
The new show will be presented in a similar format with the show King hosted on CNN from 1985 to 2010, "Larry King Live". "I run into people everyday who tell me they miss my show. And a lot of times I miss it too," the 78-year-old said of his return.
At almost the same time, it's announced that Steve Harvey will bring his new show to Chicago. In a statement released on Monday, March 12, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn expressed his excitement to welcome the star of "The Steve Harvey Show", whose talk show will create about 100 jobs in the city.
Titled "Steve Harvey", the syndicated daytime show will be taped at the WMAQ/NBC 5 studios in Chicago. It will debut this fall and cover a variety of topics such as marriage, dating, parenting, the workplace and friendship. Alex Duda ("The Tyra Banks Show") is tapped as an executive producer.
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