“I remind myself every morning: Nothing I say this day will teach me anything. So if I'm going to learn, I must do it by listening.” — Larry King, Emmy Award-Winning Television and Radio Host —
Emmy Award-winning television and radio host Larry King concluded his long-running CNN talk show after 6,120 episodes on this day in 2010. During its twenty-five year run, “Larry King Live” was CNN's most watched and longest-running program, averaging over one million nightly viewers. King conducted more than 30,000 interviews over the course of his career with a wide range of artists, celebrities and politicians, questioning everybody from Kid Kardashian to Bill Gates. Over the course of his career, King snagged a record-breaking ten Cable ACE Awards, two Peabodys and won the Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Interviewer. Successfully transition into the digital age, the legendary broadcaster has hosted “Larry King Now” since 2012, following a similar format to his CNN program and still using his signature non-confrontational approach to interviewing.