Sharon L. King brings over 30 years of legendary broadcasting experience to Carrier. From Walter Cronkite to Larry King to producing the first nationally syndicated Charlie Rose Show,
Her contributions in network operations helped shape some of the most celebrated careers and programs in national news broadcasting.
As one of the few Executive Producers who has spent a great deal of time in the field and in front of the camera, Sharon’s experience brings to Carrier a keen understanding of what contributes to a flawless media appearance, and she teaches Carrier client’s how to achieve that
Sharon directed the start-up of Walter Cronkite’s production company, implementing the structure and operations for the legendary Washington/New York-based news show. As financial manager, she designed an operating structure with integrated production and financial tracking capabilities and provided financial analysis and evaluation for new business ventures.
She has been a supervising producer for NBC News programs, director of marketing at the NABU Network, the first high-tech cable service, and a recent consultant to the Fox News Channel for “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet."
Sharon also has been a frequent guest on talk shows, and hosted for Warner-Amex, WOL-Am radio, and WUSA-TV in Washington DC. She even hosted an all Black-formatted radio show.
Her contributions, however, to the national career of Larry King helped redefine the talk show format. She conceptualized the Larry King Show for the Mutual Broadcasting System, and even conceived the trademark suspenders. Her proven track record in strategic planning and start-up production makes her training sessions as close as it gets to the real-life scenario of media interactions.
Sharon's additional work includes, Supervising Producer for the PBS joint venture series, Challenge to America, Executive Producer of “Health Today,” a weekly health/medical talk show, and Supervising Producer for NBC News, Washington DC., where she delivered a weekly Magazine Show broadcast and supervised staff offices in New York, Washington DC and Burbank.