Wednesday, February 15, 2012

AC360 on Wednesday February 15th

WHITNEY HOUSTON'S FINAL DAYS Source: Seen drinking  heavily at Beverly Hilton Hotel:
Report by Anderson Cooper

MIXING PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AND BOOZE A dangerous combination that can be fatal: Discussion with Dr. Drew Pinsky and Dr. Sanjay Gupta

PRESCRIPTION FOR DEATH: Report by Miguel Marquez

REMEMBERING WHITNEY HOUSTON: Interview with Pastor Marvin Winans

KEEPING THEM HONEST: State's Rights Being Wronged?: Report by Anderson Cooper
Follow up discussion with Ari Fleischer and Bill Burton

KEEPING THEM HONEST: Reform in Syria: Report by Arwa Damon

360 BULLETIN: Susan Hedricks

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On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

360 had way too much Whitney Houston coverage. I am so over it and they need to move on. It should not take up half the program or be the lead story.

Anonymous said...

I watched the first 12 minutes, up to the first commercial break. Right before the break Anderson previewed the upcoming stories which were different elements concerning Whitney Houston's death and a report from Syria.

Just didn't feel like sticking around for the rest of 360.


Anonymous said...

Anderson's interview with Pastor Winans was very good. The pastor did a nice job of putting things into perspective and called out the media a bit. Anderson couldn't do much but agree, because Pastor Winans spoke the truth, and stated that to the media it was a story, but to Whitney's family and friends, they lost a loved one.

Arwa's reporting from Syria was great. I wish she had been given more time and Dr. Drew less, but it was good to hear a first hand report of just how horrible the conditions are in Homs.

aries moon said...

I also thought the interview with the pastor was good, very thoughtful and sensitive--but they do need to wind down on all of the Whitney coverage, although it has been interesting to watch how blown away Anderson's been regarding the effects of mixing alcohol and certain medications.

Arwa Damon is an enormous asset for CNN--her reporting is never less than riveting.