Master interviewer Larry King is one of the most popular and well-known personalities in the television industry. His style and personal appeal have made his show the one to be on for luminaries ranging from President Clinton to Michael Jordan. He attracts even the most private, rarely interviewed celebrities, such as Marlon Brando and Barbra Streisand. As the world's only live international call-in program, viewers have a rare opportunity to speak with Larry's guests, making every show exciting and unpredictable. Kings brings provocative discussions on timely subjects of substance to living rooms worldwide every weeknight. In addition to millions of loyal fans, Larry King's style has garnered him innumerable honors and awards, including Broadcaster of the Year from the International Radio and Television Society, and nine CableAce Awards. His role in the 1992 presidential elections won him the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award and profoundly demonstrated the power of interactive television. His presentation of the Al Gore - Ross Perot NAFTA debate was the most-watched regularly scheduled cable program in history.