Friday, April 25, 2014

Production Team Key to Success of the In View Series

Producers Find Interesting Stories Nationwide

The production team behind the acclaimed In View series recognized the importance of finding a respected and revered host for the In View show. In addition to finding a suitable host, the In View Series producer team also develops content for the TV program, which reaches millions of TV households on various cable television outlets.

The In View Larry King producer group identifies suitable stories across American life to feature on the program. Producers for the program discover stories about health, technology, business, the environment, medicine and other subjects to present on the In View series hosted by Larry King.

Host Started Career in Radio

Famed talk show host Larry King wasn’t always in front of the camera. Long before joining the In View hosted by Larry King TV series, King got his start in broadcasting by working in radio. After being hired onto a small station in Miami, King worked his way up from maintenance crew member to disc jockey. Being on air also gave him the opportunity to flex his live broadcasting muscles. He started by reporting on current events and sports before taking an interest in interviewing. King loved talking to anyone he met, and he eventually crossed paths with singer Bobby Darin. Darin was the first celebrity King interviewed. Afterward, the public started taking a major interest in King and his radio show. While still working in Miami, King also seized the opportunity to serve as moderator on a local television show. This gave him invaluable experience in arbitrating debates on current events. He would go onto facilitate conversations between major political players.

After his work in Miami, King went onto host a national nightly radio program in 1978. He was on air from coast to coast covering a variety of topics. King would interview guests by himself and also invite callers’ questions during the segment. After the interviews, he and callers would discuss a wide range of topics while King offered his own insight. His radio program grew to include over 500 affiliates as more and more people took an interest in Larry King.

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