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He might be the sage from South Central but he's no sage of tv syndication. Larry Elder's eponymous daytime talk show will not be next season. The KABC talk radio host and conservative columnist now has two defunct syndies under his belt.
Elder continues to be a dominant radio personality and will celebrate his 11th year on the air this year.
The TV talk show will continue to air locally on KCBS at 9 AM for the rest of this season. This week, Larry gets sisters to stop fighting, prevents couples from getting divorced, finds out why girls go wild, and goes to bat once again for marriage.