'He conducted over 50,000 interviews'
The iconic TV and radio interviewer Larry King died Saturday at the age of 87, his media company said.
King, 87, has Type 2 diabetes and has had a long history of medical issues, including several heart attacks, lung cancer and angina
NEW YORK: For a complete history of broadcasting, you do not need to go through archives or visit a museum. Just have a chat with Larry King. The iconic broadcaster, now 83, is coming up on 60 years in the business, having first started on radio on May 1, 1957. Along the way he has interviewed everyone from Eleanor Roosevelt (yes, really) to the current president (more than 100 times, he estimates). For the latest in Reuters' "Life Lessons" series, King - still working constantly, with his show "Larry King Now" on Ora TV…