'Anderson' Weekly Ratings News for week ended January 8th ~
Syndication Ratings: Advice-Seekers Turn to 'Dr. Oz' as New Year Gets Underway
Magazines get boost from coverage of Anthony video diary
It was Dr. Oz's turn to be on top in the week ending Jan. 8, the first week of the New Year and primetime for the good doctor as viewers tune in for help with their health and fitness resolutions.
Among the first-run rookies, Warner Bros.' Anderson went into reruns, slipping 8% to a 1.2...
For Comparison from TV by the Numbers ~
Syndicated TV Ratings: 'Wheel Of Fortune' Back Ahead Of 'Judge Judy;' 'Dr. Oz' Is Top Talk Show
For a list of the Top 25 Syndicated Shows for the week ended January 8th, please click on the link above.
On The Soup ~
A clip of the 'Anderson' show with KathyLee and Hoda warranted a mention on "The Soup" this week ~
Anderson on the move ~
Anderson working behind the scenes at last night's debate, preparing for the special edition of AC360 following the debate.
CNN'S Anderson Cooper broadcasting live at CofC on Friday
CNN'S Anderson Cooper will be broadcasting live from the College of Charleston on Friday in advance of the South Carolina Republican primary.
College officials say CNN is expected to broadcast the following shows live from the Cistern Yard: "Anderson Cooper 360″ from 8 to 9 p.m. "Erin Burnett OutFront" will be filmed behind Randolph Hall from 7 to 8 p.m. on Friday
From the CNN Press Room ~
Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Erin Burnett, John King and Soledad O’Brien will anchor their respective programs live and on-location in Charleston on Thursday. Then, on Saturday, Jan. 21, the anchors will be live beginning at 6 p.m. from the CNN Election Center for America’s Choice 2012: South Carolina Primary.
Mark your calendar!
Anderson's tweet from Saturday, January 14th ~
The Grammy's are Sunday, February 12th. The "major recording artist" remains a mystery for now.... but we'll have Anderson's 60 Minutes piece covered for you.
And from AndersonCooper.com ~
Some of Anderson's Favorite Books:
1. EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE BY JONATHAN SAFRAN FOER
One of my all time favorites. I love the main character of this book, a little boy who has lost his father on 9/11. It is heartbreaking at times, but is ultimately about survival and family and the bonds between people that never break.
2. HEART OF DARKNESS BY JOSEPH CONRAD
It’s a classic. I first read it in high school and it sparked my interest in traveling to the far reaches of our planet. It’s about what can happen to people when everything we think we are is stripped away.
3. THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF KAVALIER & CLAY: A NOVEL BY MICHAEL CHABON
This won a Pulitzer Prize back in 2001. It’s about two cousins who join the comic book business during the time Hitler was conquering Europe. Chabon is a great writer and I’ve read a number of his books, all of which I recommend.
4. THE ALIENIST BY CALEB CARR
A murder mystery set in old New York. It really takes you back in time and I wish they would make it into a movie because I think it could be a great one.
5. A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY BY JOHN IRVING
I love “The World According To Garp” by Irving, but this book of his is my favorite. I remember finishing it on an airplane and I think I burst out crying and was terribly embarrassed. It’s so good!