Monday, November 28, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360, Monday, Nov. 28, 2011


BREAKING NEWS, CAIN AFFAIR: Anderson Cooper reporting
Follow Up Discussion: John King, Joe Johns and Gloria Borger

KEEPING THEM HONEST, SYRACUSE SEX SCANDAL: Gary Tuchman reporting
Follow Up Interview: Mark Schwarz, ESPN
Legal Discussion: Jeffrey Toobin, Mark Geragos and Sunny Hostin

EGYPT ELECTIONS: Anderson Cooper reporting
Follow Up Interview: Thomas L. Friedman (author)

THE RIDICULIST: JLO's Commercial Controversy

AC360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

AC360 Transcript

AC360 Podcast

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8 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

360 wasn't too good. In regards to this Syracuse scandal why did the alleged victim who was molested in the mid 80's wait until many years later to come forward? If it was that big of a deal and that traumatic he should have came forward sooner.And 360 wasted way too much time talking about it. I am so over all these sex scandals.

Anonymous said...

With the holiday weekend and Anderson not even working last week, they probably threw the program together in a hurry today. If Anderson isn't there, they aren't as inveted in the show as he is. I'm not sure how invested he is anymore.

I wish he would bring back some of the fun stuff again. I love the ridiculist but he hardly ever does the Shot anymore or beat 360.

Anonymous said...

Anderson seemed a bit not there last night - he stumbled over his words badly on the first part of the show. But I do agree that the show seemed thrown together.

Anonymous said...

"I am so over all these sex scandals."

Yeah -- all this outrage about pedophiles in our religious & educational institutions is really a big bore, isn't it? Society (& the victimized kids) should just get over it!

Phebe said...

@anonymous 9:29, Victims of abuse certainly deserve our support and their stories should be told but I think 360 concentrates too heavily on sex scandal stories. I miss the well rounded newscasts that would give an overview of all the big news of the day. Maybe that’s just too much work or involves resources that aren’t available to Anderson and his staff?

Anonymous said...

I think Anderson is phoning it in...and it shows.

Claire said...

I don't watch much of the sex scandal segments, I think it's important that they are covered but I don't really care to listen to a panel of so-called experts try to tell you why people do this. Just cover what is new.

I had to turn the program off last night. Anderson repeatedly 'um'd' every other portion of the sentence he was trying, unsuccessfully, to get out of his mouth. Not just a criticism of Anderson, any professional to who is paid to read a teleprompter should be able to do so without stumbling over all of it. Totally irritates me and I'm watching tv to relax!

Anonymous said...

Yes, I agree. Anderson is phoning it in on 360, and it does show.
He cares very little about CNN and doesn't seem to have a vested interest in its content and neither do, his once, loyal viewers.
Judy