King stays on CNN throne

CNN has extended Larry King’s contract, keeping the iconic interviewer at the cable news network through 2009. Worth $7 million a year, the deal assures the immediate future of “Larry King Live” and quells speculation that King’s sometimes stand-in Nancy Grace is being groomed to replace him.

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