18.10.2012 [Patch.com] - Make Room for Gary, and Friends: Word on the street is that LarryKing will moderate a debate among the third-party presidential candidates on Oct. 23, organized by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, Green
25.10.2012 [Alaska Dispatch] - BOCA RATON, Fla. — For a glimpse of what politics could be if it were divorced from big money, special interests, and televised reality, there are few venues more instructive than the debate between the third party candidates held on Tuesday evening
25.10.2012 [Huffington Post] - At Tuesday night's third-party debate on C-SPAN, LarryKing asked the four candidates a question that neither Romney nor Obama has been willing to address: "How does the war on drugs affect Americans?" Three out of the four candidates agreed the drug
25.10.2012 [Daily Mail] - The freaky, year-old clip, from the man who has appeared on Oprah, LarryKing Live and CNN's Anderson Cooper, has conveniently found fame less than week before Larson gets his own TV show. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO. Exorcism: The video, pictured
25.10.2012 [ITWorld Canada] - As moderator of the panel discussion titled The Digital Era and the Impact on Our Society, television host LarryKing put that question to panelists when he asked them “where is this going?” LarryKing hosts a panel at WCIT. Photo courtesy of Kunal Gupta.
24.10.2012 [Daily Beast] - Upstairs I'm eavesdropping on the green room from a stairwell as someone patiently tries to explain the format of the debate he is about to moderate to LarryKing, the ancient television presenter who offers the best available evidence that androids
23.10.2012 [89.3 KPCC (blog)] - Updated: LarryKing moderated a third-party presidential debate Tuesday night, including Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party), Jill Stein (Green Party), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party) and Rocky Anderson (Justice Party), and we've posted the video here.
23.10.2012 [The Virginian-Pilot] - LarryKing says Gary Johnson should have been on stage with Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama — but the libertarian presidential nominee's only chance to debate comes during the third party showdown that King will moderate today. The talk show
17.10.2012 [Vanity Fair] - LarryKing, a cherished, mummy-like gift-shop souvenir purchased at the 1972 Treasures of Tutankhamun exhibition, will host a Web-only “presidential” debate. The Associated Press reports: “The former CNN giant will guide next Tuesday's debate in
18.10.2012 [U.S. News & World Report (blog)] - Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson is getting his wish. He will participate in a nationally televised debate just before the general election. But his rivals won't be named Barack and Mitt. Instead, they will be Jill, Virgil, and Rocky. All
17.10.2012 [Slate Magazine (blog)] - Game Changer: LarryKing Will Moderate Critical Four-Way Third-Party Candidate Debate. By David Weigel. |. Posted Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, at 1:41 PM ET. Tweet. MYSLATE. Save this story. Follow all Blog articles. Follow the Weigel blog. Follow stories
25.10.2012 [Entertainment Weekly (blog)] - With regards to the latter, Smith sat down with fellow meta-personality LarryKing on LarryKing Now and looked back longingly on his film career. Admitting that his 1994 indie breakout Clerks was intended as a “calling-card film,” Smith expressed
24.10.2012 [Gestetner Updates] - The Washington Post: Nearly half an hour after the third-party candidate debate kicked off, the moderators have realized they did not give the White House hopefuls the chance to make opening statements. “It was not in my notes about an opening
17.10.2012 [Uncovered Politics] - “We are honored to have LarryKing moderate this historic debate,” Christina Tobin, founder and chair of the foundation, said in a press release. “The previous debates between President Obama and Gov. Romney have failed to address the issues that
19.10.2012 [Philadelphia Magazine (blog)] - It's fitting, somehow, that LarryKing (off all people) will host next week's presidential debate of third-party candidates. He's loud, irrelevant, but kind of entertaining—and hey, so is the Green Party! Together, they'll make great fodder for a
23.10.2012 [Calgary Herald] - Participants will hear from an impressive list of world-renowned speakers and performers including former CNN talk-show host LarryKing, actor Martin Sheen, former NHL player Theo Fleury, Paralympian Rick Hansen, pop-punk band Hedley and TV