18.10.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - Former CNN talk-show host LarryKing will moderate, and the entire 90-minute event, to be held in a room at the Chicago Hilton, will stream live on the Internet television network Ora.tv and YouTube. This may be reason to drop a load of celebratory
24.10.2012 [New York Magazine] - Instead, they met in the ballroom of a Chicago hotel for a debate that was moderated by LarryKing and only aired online and on C-SPAN. Unlike the carefully orchestrated Obama-Romney debates, the event was comically disorganized at times. The feed
17.10.2012 [mediabistro.com] - Former CNN anchor LarryKing will moderate a debate between the 3rd party candidates next Tuesday in Chicago. The debate will stream live online, with Libertarian party candidate Gary Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, the Constitution party's
24.10.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - Four third-party candidates held their own presidential debate in Chicago. It was moderated by former CNN host LarryKing. Standing behind lecterns on a Hilton Hotel stage in the hopes of changing as many hearts and minds as possible were Jill Stein of
24.10.2012 [ABC News (blog)] - “Did we have opening statements,” former CNN and current Ora.tv host LarryKing asked after candidates at Tuesday's minor-party debate in Chicago had each answered the first question. “Unfortunately, no,” debate co-host Christina Tobin of the Free and
24.10.2012 [Patch.com] - The four independent candidates for president met for a debate moderated by LarryKing Tuesday night at the Hilton Chicago. Three of the four candidates are on the ballot in Virginia this year: Libertarian candidate and former New Mexico Gov. Gary
24.10.2012 [The Seattle Times] - Third-party candidates debate: United against Obama, Romney. Four third-party presidential candidates faced off Tuesday night in debate moderated by LarryKing in Chicago. By Sean Sullivan. The Washington Post
19.10.2012 [Richmond Times Dispatch (blog)] - Former CNN anchor LarryKing will moderate the debate, which will take place at the Chicago Hilton at 9 p.m. and is sponsored by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation. The debate will be broadcast live on the Free and Equal website and Ora TV
25.10.2012 - swing States. These little four have their own debate tonight in Chicago and the moderator is LarryKing. Previewing the […] moderated by former CNN host LarryKing will moderate and hosted by the nonpartisan Free and Equal Elections Foundation
23.10.2012 - . Meanwhile, Free & Equal, a genuinely non-partisan civic organization, is hosting an alternative debate hosted by Larry […] King tomorrow, Tuesday, October 23 at the Chicago Hilton featuring Dr. Jill Stein, Gov. Gary Johnson and others
19.10.2012 [The Rock River Times] - CHICAGO — Free and Equal Elections Foundation has announced LarryKing, host of LarryKing Now on Hulu.com and Ora TV, will serve as moderator for its special 2012 presidential debate. Hosted by Free and Equal, this debate will take place at 8 p.m.
23.10.2012 [Personal Liberty Digest] - CHICAGO, (UPI) – U.S. Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson should have been in the Obama-Romney debates, LarryKing said before moderating a third-party debate Tuesday. The former two-term New Mexico governor — who ran for the
23.10.2012 [Chicagoist] - Tonight LarryKing hosts the "Free and Equal Presidential Debate" tonight at the Hilton featuring non-Democrat and non-Republican presidential candidates. Did you know this debate even existed? Well it starts at 8 p.m., so you still have time to get
24.10.2012 [Democracy Now] - The four main third-party candidates gathered in Chicago on Tuesday for a debate moderated by talk show host LarryKing. The debate followed Democracy Now!'s three previous Expanding the Debate specials, featuring third-party candidates responding to
24.10.2012 [The Voice of Russia] - Recently, the Chicago Hilton has hosted third-party debates between off-brand candidates moderated by ex-CNN star LarryKing. Though the event was ignored by all major channels, it attracted thousands on the web and didn't look second-rate.