It would also be a chance for a journalist to grill him directly on those intentions and also ask why he had yet to invest the promised "north of £20million" into the club and why had he failed to appoint a NOMAD which led to Rangers being kicked off the Stock Exchange?
Unfortunately for those wanting answers and clarity, instead of a journalist, Sky Sports News sent a microphone holder.
If you wish to see six minute's worth of fawning and window dressing, click this link: http://www.skysports.com/watch/video/sports/football/teams/rangers/9921177/king-the-fans-need-to-back-the-club
Leni Riefenstahl, the propagandist famous for her flattering portrayal of Hitler's Nazi dictatorship in her film, "Triumph Of The Will", would probably have given this piece of sycophancy a small nod of approval.
To the kool-aid drinkers in light blue wanting to believe that the paper King is not another snake-oil salesman, the footage would be manna from heaven.
Unchallenged by an awestruck 'interviewer', King gets an easy ride as the microphone holder is too busy squealing inside at how he's managed to wangle an invite into Dave's palace.
You can feel at the start of the piece that poor old Jim has left his irony meter back in the studio as he pontificates about Johannesburg's high crime rate.
Especially when he is about to interview a convicted tax dodger who was described by a judge in a South African court as being "a glib and shameless liar".
And as for White's claim of King being on South Africa's top ten rich list, take a peek for yourselves: http://www.africaranking.com/top-10-richest-people-in-south-africa/
There appears to be a certain someone missing from that list.
This is six minutes of very tame questioning from White and easy deflection from King - something akin to telling a number 11 batsman that the demon fast bowler is being rested so a sloth is going to bowl at him instead.
King takes the opportunity to regurgitate old material of how he intends to renegotiate Rangers' retail deal with Mike Ashley.
We've heard this before - when King won the club's egm last March and we're still waiting for a result on that.
Yet White reacts as if he's stumbled on a world exclusive.
It will only be one if Ashley himself comes out and says he will have a look at amending the deal - after all, that is his call to make.
You would have thought Sky would have got onto the blower to Mr Ashley themselves given that he chose them back in May to give his first-ever broadcast interview on the subject of the club he owns, Newcastle United.
But they didn't - which on the surface is puzzling, but not surprising.
Ashley's predictable response of (and I'll go out on a limb here and happily stand corrected if he says otherwise) "no renegotiation", would have killed Jim's 'Earth-shattering exclusive' stone dead.
White, no doubt marvelling at the plush surroundings, the sporting memorabilia (which King bizarrely said was his way of "giving something back") and the wine cellar (to be fair, that bit of the estate looked like having "north of £20million" spent on it), neglected to do one other thing.
Namely, pull King up on a number of inconsistencies that have emanated from his mouth on the subjects of oldco Rangers and newco Rangers in the past (see http://mattleslie74.weebly.com/blog/be-careful-what-you-say and http://mattleslie74.weebly.com/blog/no-more-cards-from-the-deck-for-the-bluff-king).
Because he didn't, fans of Rangers looking for the transparency that King promised when he took over, were let down yet again.
White can't really have the excuse of not being fully informed.
If myself and others can dig up and cross-reference such information in our own free time and without payment for such effort, then White on his six-figure-salary-a-year deal with Sky can certainly do so.
After all, you would have thought he would have learned something from the last time he arrived on journalistic duty having not done his homework and ended up being schooled live on air by Matthew Syed of The Times:
Microphone holding is his forte and, sadly for those expecting investigative journalism, he's sticking to it.
Types like White are loved by those in high office, be they football club owners, business men or politicians in that they can present an image of themselves to the public under the guise of being 'scrutinised' when the opposite is actually the case.
The former Prime-minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, would often use the BBC's Andrew Marr as his own 'Jim White'.
When Blair's government was under-fire over the Iraq war, more often than not, Blair's people would get Marr round to quiz their man knowing full well that the best that reporter could do would easily be swatted away by the PM.
It's why you never saw Blair have an on-camera interview with renown investigative journalist, John Pilger.
The Australian would have torn him to shreds as he has done to many politicians and corrupt officials in more than 50 years of reporting.
This is why King was so relaxed about giving White access.
There was no way the Sky TV man would give him the type of grilling Andrew Jennings would give to Sepp Blatter.
There would be no Ed Murrow-style takedown of Joe McCarthy - not a chance.
Poor old Dave's bluff would be exposed and shattered into smithereens.
White was there as window dressing for the purposes of King's latest segment of propaganda.
The wine from Dave's cellar no doubt complemented the succulent ostrich.
Both men will feel pretty smug with themselves tonight.
But one of them at the very least, should have hit the back of the net.