NEW YORK, NY, October 2, 2013 – Beginning this month, broadcasting legend Larry King will distribute a one minute daily feature "Larry King Droppin' In," brought to you by Toyota. On October 2nd, the daily feature will be available at aarp.org/larryking where a variety of King's audio vignettes will be accessible on AARP's Droppin' In Player.
The "Larry King Droppin' In" series will highlight King's thoughts and personal experiences on a variety of topics as they relate to his 50+ years in broadcasting. The Larry King Cardiac Foundation and Keep Memory Alive will be beneficiaries.
To launch his new relationship with AARP, King will be a featured panelist during the upcoming Life@50+ National Event and Expo on October 5th in Atlanta, Georgia at the Georgia World Congress Center. During the “Life Reimagined Experience,” King will join television anchor /host Jane Pauley and Fast Company cofounder Alan Webber on stage to share his personal connection to the theme “a life reimagined.” The session is based on a new idea from AARP that is centered on a series of experiences-both online and in-person-that guide people through life transitions by helping them discover new possibilities at any age and connect with people that are pursing similar passions and goals.
To attend the Life Reimagined Experience featuring Larry King on October 5, visit www.aarp.org/events to register.
About Larry King
Before being known for his unique interview style on his CNN show 'Larry King Live', he started his career in radio in 1957 as a disc jockey. Larry eventually became the host of a local radio show and later went on to host his own national nightly talk show in 1978 for the Mutual Broadcasting System. Cultivating an audience through his interactive caller platform and interesting political opinions, Larry King received critical acclaim and became one of the most listened to radio show host personalities. Today his current show Larry King Now on Hulu and Ora.tv features Larry King's one-of-a-kind interviews with celebrities and newsmakers from all walks of life.
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