Will Larry King resurface on radio?
'American Idol's' Ryan Seacrest, King in talks about a showLarry King has in the past said that he would love "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest to replace him on his long-running CNN, which he will end later this year. But according to one report Friday King may go work for Seacrest - on the radio.
The two are in talks to give King his own radio show, the New York Post reported.
The current deal for Seacrest's popular radio show ends in November - right around the time King is expected to sign off, and the "Idol" star is considering creating his own radio company. King could be his first major hire, the Post said.
A move to radio would actually be a return to his early career for King. He was a late-night radio talk host in Miami 50 years ago.