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Larry King visits Bratislava to mark TA3 broadcaster’s anniversary

Legendary American broadcaster Larry King is expected to arrive in Bratislava on Thursday, September 22 and his visit will be coupled with the presence of another legend – popular Czech talk show host Jan Kraus – who will be shooting a special show at TA3 to mark the news network's 10th anniversary, the TASR newswire reported. King became famous primarily because of his work with CNN where he hosted a talk show for 25 years. During his 53-year career in television he conducted approximately 50,000 interviews.

Legendary American broadcaster Larry King is expected to arrive in Bratislava on Thursday, September 22 and his visit will be coupled with the presence of another legend – popular Czech talk show host Jan Kraus – who will be shooting a special show at TA3 to mark the news network's 10th anniversary, the TASR newswire reported.

King became famous primarily because of his work with CNN where he hosted a talk show for 25 years. During his 53-year career in television he conducted approximately 50,000 interviews.

The joint appearance of King and his Czech counterpart Kraus is part of a series of discussions organised by TA3 concerning media and journalism, TASR wrote. Guests expected to attend the event include Culture Minister Daniel Krajcer and former TV Markíza CEO Václav Mika.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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