Larry Emdur opened up about his career experiences so far. He shared that he will be detailing all of this in his new memoir “Happy As”.
Larry Emdur details contract negotiations
Thus far, Larry relayed that contract negotiations are pretty tough. He recalled a conversation with then Channel Seven chief in which he described having a bruised ego.
In the conversation with the late David Heckie, Larry Emdur shared that David shared some harsh words with him.
“Emdur, you f**kwit, I have 100 people at this network who would walk over broken glass and eat s**t to do your job for free,”
Career differences from the past till now
This is about a snippet of what Larry has detailed in his memoir. Which is set to be released sometime in August.
To date, Larry Emdur was the youngest newsreader at just 17-years-old and has paved his way through television since.
As reported by 7News, Larry aims at sharing this experience as the pandemic, the bushfires, and the flood has made things look pretty bleak for everyone.
“I think everything’s so grim and grey at the moment with the pandemic and the floods and the bushfires and I think people really like that (nostalgic stuff) in their own life.Larry Emdur
He added that giving out a bit of nostalgia would help to mitigate the dark cloud that’s been hanging over Australians.
While Larry Emdur has had a very successful career so far, he relayed that he does not know when his career will end. And that being on television kind of has a shelf life.
At some point in his life, Larry admitted that he actually considered becoming a garbage man. So that he may have more time to surf. That is, before he landed his television job.