By Amy Ryan
Updated June 27, 2005 at 12:00 PM EDT

Larry King is pulling up his suspenders and joining the 21st century. His new service, Larry King Audio, will offer CDs and downloads, not just of past King yakfests with newsmakers, but also other cool recordings. First in line is a special edition of Orson Welles’ notorious 1938 radio version of War of the Worlds, which includes a day-after-the-broadcast interview with Welles and a chat between Welles and WOTW author H.G. Wells. Check out the site, just for the cool Flash ad with the strolling Martian tripods.

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