Larry King will be getting an interview show courtesy of a new Internet television network backed by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu, who has been named by Forbes as the world’s richest man, reports Reuters.
The network will be called Ora.tv and will feature on-demand content, according to the network’s website. The service will "create high-quality video programming that is available on phones, laptops, tablets, connected televisions and other devices," according to the service’s website.
"We are also the new home for Larry King, who will bring his trademark interviews of the world’s leading voices from politics to entertainment," according to the post.
The network will debut in 2012, although the site didn’t disclose a launch date.