Larry King Talks to MLB Network About Working for Them

Jul 6, 2010  •  Post A Comment

After announcing his pending departure as a regular host on CNN, Larry King called into the MLB Network and confessed he’d love to work there, the New York Times’ Media Decoder blog reports.

King, 76,  went so far as to discuss logistics, saying that he’d need a West Coast studio, which the MLB Network doesn’t currently have, the article says, adding that King–who is a well-known baseball fan who has rooted for the Dodgers for years–pitched himself as a West Coast Bob Costas.

King also has other options aside from television: he may turn to product endorsement, teaching journalism or giving speeches, according to King’s publicist, Howard Rubenstein, the article says.

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