Friday, August 26, 2011

Anderson Cooper AC360 Live from Battery Park, August 26, 2011

Anderson Cooper anchored Friday's AC360 from Battery Park, NYC with all the latest on Hurricane Irene

Chad Myers with the latest update
Brian Todd with a report from Wrightsville Beach, NC
John Zarrella with a report from Atlantic Beach, NC
Report by Ed Rappaport, National Hurricane Center

Report by Ian Sears, Hurricane Huner, NOAA (on phone)
Report by Jim Edds from Hope Town, Bahamas (on phone)
Anderson checked back in with John Zarrella & Chad Myers

Anderson spoke with Bev Perdue, NC Governor (on phone)
David Mattingly in Kill Devil Hills, NC
Anderson checked in with Debbie Chard, WCSC affiliate, in Pawleys Island, SC

Anderson talks about the effects on NYC with Stephen Flynn & Chris Cerino (Structural Engineer, NYC)
Anderson Cooper video report on past hurricanes hitting the NYC area

360 Bulletin: Isha Sesay
One last check with John Zarrella & Chad Myers


AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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10 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

Good 360. I hope NY is spared form Irene. My good friend lives in Boston and her mom lives on Cape Cod. She's really freaking out about the storm and is worried about her mom. My thoughts are with everyone who will be affected by the storm.

Tedi B said...

For once in a long time I'm not in a path of a hurricane! Anyone that is, I hope all goes well!

judy said...

Thank you Teddy because I am in the path of Irene and have also visited Battery Park many times.
So if we were all watching 360 we saw our great Governor Chris Christie in his usual flamboyant manner, dictating orders:
"Get the hell off the beach folks!"
His reference to those in harms way at the Jersey shore.
Found all the info enlightening from AC to Chad Meyers and am hoping that we don't lose power, but whatever will be, will be.
Anderson was really trying to interpret Chad Meyers weather predictions in the most positive light, but no matter, Irene will hit the NY area with vengeance at this time tomorrow and into Sunday.

Anonymous said...

I have been a fan of Anderson for a long time and I am sorry to say I think he has moved on doing hurricanes, even with it in his own backyard, doesn't look like he is going to cover it.

I guess with a daytime show, that is the way things will be now. There really isn't any way he can go do field work and tape daytime shows at the same time. I know he said that they might cover breaking news on the daytime show, but people who make plans to go to NYC to see him, will not appreciate it if he is not in the studio for them to see.

I think it will just be a matter of time before he moves on from CNN.

Sorry for the rant, but it was I am feeling right now.

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Been checking the lie weather cams throughout NY and most of the ones in the city are either offline or have not been updated for a couple of hours. It is raining in the Hamptons and quite hard.glyss

Anonymous said...

Don't know if it is true or not, but Cable News is saying Anderson will be on tomorrow at 5 am.

Dorothy said...

Seems he will be going live at 6 am Sunday morning covering things in NYC. You guys give up on him too easily.

Anonymous said...

Dorothy: Are you a relative?
You seem overly sensitive to every word. There's fanworship and then there's FANWORSHIP!

Dorothy said...

@Anoynmous 12:35am - nope, not a relative and probably just only a "fan" not "FANWORSHIPER", however, I do enjoy watching news and I enjoy Anderson as a journalist. I just am one who is here to follow along with someone I admire and to do that without constantly badging or judging what the person is trying to accomplish. I guess I don't understand all of the negative and judging people before the story even has a chance to play out. If I seemed over sensitive or even a FANWORSHIPER I really am sorry. I guess I just have to learn more patience with people that lean on the negative side. Hope that answers your question.

Anonymous said...

@Dorothy

Thank you for commenting. I think you reflect what a lot of us think, but the attacks by the naysayers keep us from commenting. I don't understand why people who obviously only want to find fault with Anderson, keep visiting and commenting on a site about him/his work.

Constructive criticism about 360 is one thing, but the constant bashing is annoying. If you are not a fan, move on...