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Larry Hoefling (1954- ) was born in Parsons, Kansas, to parents of Irish and German ancestry. For more than twenty years he worked in broadcasting and the news media, as a radio deejay, reporter and television news anchor. He was the network voice of cable television's TV Guide Channel (then known as Prevue Guide), and wrote for the state desk of the Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City). He is the recipient of journalism awards from Columbia University in NYC and the Scripps-Howard Media Foundation, and was cited by the Oklahoma State House of Representatives in 1981 for a documentary that contributed to the establishment of a Bill of Rights for crime victims in Oklahoma.
He was a working partner in an Irish Restaurant and Pub in Tulsa, Oklahoma and operates an Irish-themed independent bookstore in the Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.