No one will replace old-school broadcaster King, but…

New York Times
Some kind of succession plan seems merited, says David Carr. “As it is, [Larry] King has been left to dangle, battered by tabloid reports, sliding ratings and his own daily battle to anchor the show five days a week,” he writes. “The more legendary the talent, the more delicate the endgame.”

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