Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360 Tuesday, December 6, 2011


KEEPING THEM HONEST, GINGRICH ETHICS: Anderson Cooper reporting
Political Panel: Mary Matalin, Cornell Belcher and Erick Erickson

KEEPING THEM HONEST, HIV & HERSHEY SCHOOL: Anderson Cooper reporting
Follow Up Interview: Areva Martin, disability rights attorney

DEA MONEY LAUNDERING: Anderson speaks with Sheriff Paul Babeau (Pinal County, AZ) and Robert Mazur, former DEA agent

CRIME & PUNISHMENT, HUNT FOR A CHILD KILLER: Cooper and Mike Brooks discuss the case of Jorelys Rivera
Follow Up: Casey Jordon, criminologist

BISHOP EDDIE LONG'S FALL FROM GRACE: Gary Tuchman reporting

THE RIDICULIST: The return of Toddlers and Tiaras

AC360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

AC360 Transcript

AC360 Podcast

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4 comments:

aries moon said...

The young man at the center of the Hershey school sounds smart, sensible and mature, in other words, the kind of student that they should welcome with open arms.

There have been some new faces on 360 recently, such as Areva Martin and Dr. Manning last week--glad to see they've been expanding their guest list.

ACAnderFan said...

How much longer can 360 continue to talk about this Hershey school story. I mean its a big deal but there's nothing new, 360 just keeps re-hashing the same old stuff.

Claire said...

@ACAnderFan-I think the answer would be as long as he wants.

I've had the same question about many stories featured night after night on 360. Maybe I have the wrong idea, but I've always thought the premise for 360 is basically covering all the news, worldwide, hence the 360. Many things covered are not news. I've gotten in the habit of tuning in at the beginning to see what their lead story is and if it's a rehash, I tune out. As soon as they go to a rehash, I tune out. Maybe it's just me, but I expect a news program to do news. When Ungodly discipline is the lead story, that's not news. It's a great piece, I love Gary Tuchman, he is a great journalist, but I want news. As I've said, maybe it's just me and I have wrong expectations of the show, but I know I watch less and less of 360 as time goes by.

judy said...

@Claire: To be sure, it is not you.
I too, have learned to tune 360 out the minute they rerun a story which is most nites.
If Anderson doesn't have enough time to devote to doing the News as we know it, than he should "keep himself honest," and let someone else who is young, eager, and talented, take over.
This is just lazy journalism.
And enough with the toddlers and tieras.
With all the sexual innuendos and scandals, it is no longer amusing.
AC used it on his day show and several times on 360.
Enough watching little girls dress up beyond their age, acting in a sexual manner.
Totally inappropriate content and unfunny, especially after reporting on a murder victim who was just seven years old and was molested.