Radio network Westwood One will no longer distribute the radio simulcast of Larry King‘s CNN program as of New Year’s Eve. Westwood told affiliates that it would end the simulcast and has said it will fill the time-slot with a rebroadcast of Fred Thompson‘s radio program. King ended his radio career in 1994, though Westwood One continued to simulcast his television program. King’s program is also simulcast on Sirius/XM.
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