Friday, March 11, 2011

Anderson Cooper Heads to Japan

Anderson Cooper just posted on Twitter that he was headed to Libya but he is now heading to Japan with his crew to cover the disaster caused by the earthquake there.

CNN personal in Japan or headed to Japan includes:

• CNN Hong Kong anchor Anna Coren
• CNN's national correspondent Gary Tuchman
• CNN's Atlanta-based correspondent Martin Savidge
• CNN en EspaƱol's Fernando del Rincon
• CNN anchor and special correspondent Soledad O'Brien
• CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta
• CNN radio correspondent Steve Kastenbaum

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Anonymous said...

Where ever there is a disaster you'll find AC, way to go Anderson - looking forward to the reports.

Anonymous said...

Noticed that Anderson is on a rerun of David Letterman tonight.

ACAnderFan said...

Well I'm not surprised Anderson is headed to Japan.

aries moon said...

So Anderson was on his way to Libya, interesting...there was some talk about how risky it would be for him to go there, but it's not surprising that he'd want to go anyway, and the same goes for Japan.

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear Anderson is going to Japan, hope he gets there in time for the 360 broadcast tonight. Even if Anderson and the whole crew are stuck in Seattle he can still report from there and have eyewitness footage of what's happened to the US west coast because of the other side of the tsunami.


Anonymous said...

Thank you ATA for letting us know this. I wondered this morning if he would had to Japan. A little surprised that he had planned to go to Libya this weekend. Things are getting really bad there. I saw reports by Nic and Ben this evening and Ben was roused out of his hotel and Nic was stopped this morning. I hope they all stay safe

Thank you

Didier said...

Thank you, Anderson

THe earthquake was a nightmare but
the news that you are heading to Japan is like a sweet dream even in this situation.

But we'll might have more aftershocks,
so please take care of yourself.
don't take too much risk for us.

And I have one more great favour to ask of you.
Please don't go to Libya now.
It's too risky.

Please never forget that there are people (like) me who think you are our treasure.