Monday, January 16, 2012

Anderson Cooper AC360 Monday, January 16, 2012


BREAKING NEWS, CRUISE SHIP DRAMA: Anderson Cooper and Dan Rivers reporting
Follow Up by phone with Butch Hendrick (Lifeguard Systems) and additional reporting by Tom Foreman

KEEPING THEM HONEST, ELECTION MATH, ELECTION MONEY: Anderson Cooper reporting
Political Panel: Erick Erickson, Bill Burton and Rich Galen

INSIDE SYRIA: Anderson Cooper and Nic Robertson reporting

DIGGING DEEPER, CONVICTED MURDERS PARDONED: Martin Savidge reporting
Follow Up: Dr. Helen Morrison and Jeffrey Toobin

THE RIDICULIST: The Human Barbie

AC360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Isha Sesay


AC360 Transcript

AC360 Podcast

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It seemed like Anderson never mentioned the American couple among the 29 missing in the Italian cruise ship disaster. The Situation Room talked about them; George and Barbara Heil from White Bear Lake, MN.

The only reason I wanted Anderson to say their name and hometown is because it's also my hometown. I don't know the Heils (WBL has about 25,000 people) but it just would have been personally cool to me to hear Anderson say my hometown's name. I know this is a shallow reason (and I don't even live there anymore) but White Bear Lake doesn't make big news that often (practically never) so there probably won't be many other opportunities to hear Anderson say "White Bear Lake, Minnesota."

The report from Nic Robertson from Syria was good but almost a complete copy of his report during The Situation Room.

The Ridiculist was okay. I'd give it a "B" but I noticed how it tied in with today's "Anderson" topic.

Jaanza

judy said...

As a seasoned cruise ship traveler, I was always suspicious about flying under a foreign flag of origin.
I know that Carnival Cruise lines is connected to this disaster, but you take your chances when you go to foreign ports of call.
When I say foreign I mean "over the pond," as they say.
I really haven't cruised lately.
The cruise ships have gotten so huge that I feel they are destined for trouble.
There is no reason to have 4,200 passengers on one floating hotel, community/mall of America.
Thats what they've all become, one outdoing the other.
Tom Foreman's summation was a good one, but it was also obvious.
The lower you go, the more water will fill the deck, and it did appear that this modern day disaster was straight out of the "Titanic."
The Titanic was half the size of this ship. They have become gigantic monsters of the sea and maneuverability is a problem.
Interesting 360.

ACAnderFan said...

What was that ship captain doing that he didn't see how close the ship was to those rocks? How could he not have seen them? And what's up with the captain abandoning ship? Seems like he is in alot of trouble.