Thursday, February 16, 2012

Anderson Cooper, AC360, Thursday, February 16, 2012

WHITNEY HOUSTON, Death of an Icon: Report by Anderson Cooper
REMEMBERING WHITNEY HOUSTON, Members of her "musical family" will attend funeral: Anderson's interview with Jason Carroll (outside church in Newark, NJ)
WHITNEY HOUSTON'S VOICE, Why did is lose its power?: Anderson's interview with Gary Catona, Whitney Houston's Vocal Coach
HOUSTON'S DEATH STILL A MYSTERY, Investigators talking to Houston's doctors, pharmacies about drug use: Anderson's interview with Dr. Drew
WHITNEY HOUSTON'S HOMETOWN, The people who knew her as a child: Report by Gary Tuchman

KTH, Romney's Big Auto Shift: Report by Anderson Cooper
BAILOUT POLITICS, 2008 comments trail Romney in Michigan: Anderson's follow up discussion with Paul Begala and Kevin Madden

KTH, "Not An Armed Conflict": Report by Anderson Cooper
ATTACKS FORCE SYRIANS FROM HOMES, Seeking shelter in bunkers: Anderson's follow up discussion with Arwa Damon (in Homs, Syria)
EYEWITNESS TO SLAUGHTER, "Voice of Homs" speaks to CNN: Report by "Danny", Syrian Activist
EYEWITNESS TO SLAUGHTER, "We will die for out country": Nick Paton Walsh's interview with "Danny"

360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Susan Hendricks

THE RIDICULIST: Megadeath Endorsement

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Anonymous said...

Thursday's was a bad 360. Still too much on Whitney Houston and much of the Syria news seemed to be repeats from earlier reports.

But no segment about Rep. Issa and his "no women allowed" hearing on govt. policy - religion - reproductive health and Santorum banker Friess' comment about aspirin as a contraceptive ... that was really disappointing. Olbermann and O'Donnell had segments on this. Anderson had a report from Whitney Houston's grade school.

I know Anderson can be better. However, I don't hold out much hope for Friday's or Monday's 360; expecting too much Whitney Houston again.


ACAnderFan said...

Way too much time was spent on Whitney Houston. 360 needs to learn when to move on. They always go overboard with celebrity death coverage.