Wednesday, August 24, 2011

360 on Wednesday 8/24


JOURNALISTS FREED FROM HOTEL, OTHERS KIDNAPPED: A behind the scenes look of how it ended

Follow up discussion with Matthew Chance

GADHAFI LOYALISTS TRYING TO STOP OPPOSITION FIGHTERS: Discussion with Arwa Damon and John Burns

GADHAFI SON OFFERS TO BROKER LIBYA CEASE-FIRE: Discussion with Nic Robertson

$2.5 MILLION BOUNTY ON GADHAFI'S HEAD: Discussion with Fran Townsend and James Marks

BRACING FOR HURRICANE IRENE: Report by Anderson Cooper
Follow up with Chad Myers

SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN IN ARUBA: Discussion with Martin Savidge

360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

AC360 Transcript

AC360 Podcast

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3 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

I liked Anderson's interview with Matthew Chance. That was interesting and its good the journalists trapped in that hotel are free.

I also liked Anderson's look back at hurricanes hitting the northeast.

judy said...

As a small share holder in the iconic Apple Inc., I am sorry to see Steve Jobs leave his CEO position. Under his leadership the company, which was originally founded in 1976, with Steve Wozniak, has gained in its importance and according to Forbes, is worth more per share than Exxon Mobile or any other US CO. traded on our stock exchange.
I can still remember Jobs selling PC's, known more widely as the Apple, only to schools, because no one else wanted them. And in order to get them started, we had to literally "shake them."
AC only touched on Jobs marketing expertise, but I'm quite certain his genius and innovative techniques will be studied in business classes and adapted globally.
Piers Morgan delved into Jobs and his background quite extensively and I thought it was a shame AC didn't have more time to acknowledge Jobs' achievements as well.
Isha has been doing a fine job broadcasting right after 360 giving updates on business and international news.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad the journalists in Tripoli can leave the hotel now but overall I thought there was too much time spent on Libya, it seemed like all the analysis on the war, the rebels, Gaddhafi & sons has all been said before.

Thanks to the poster yesterday who mentioned that Anderson is already taping his daytime show. I didn't know that. I haven't seen a drop in the quality of 360 lately and can't blame the daytime show for Anderson not going to Libya.

However, I can imagine there will be times in the future when Anderson will be prevented from covering a news story because he has an "Anderson" show to tape.

For example, five years ago an Upper East Side townhouse exploded. Anderson was quickly on the scene and provided news reports back to the CNN news studio people that morning. It turned out a doctor planned the explosion because he didn't want his ex-wife to get the townhome.

Now Anderson is severely limited to when and where he can go to do first-hand news reporting. Maybe he won't miss it at all and he'll be happy to stay at his desk. But that doesn't sound like Anderson.

Jaanza