Monday, February 20, 2012

Anderson Cooper - Monday Morning Miscellaneous

Anderson has three public appearances scheduled for March and April~
FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 8:00 – 11:00 p.m.
THE DARBY IN NEW YORK CITY


NEW YORKERS from the arts, hospitality and fashion communities are planning an event featuring Jane Fonda, as a benefit for G-CAPP on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the critically acclaimed film Klute. Fonda received the Oscar for her performance.

A highlight of the evening will be a conversation on stage between Jane Fonda and CNN’s Anderson Cooper, which will address both her film career and her Oscar winning performance in Klute, and her long-time social activism on behalf of women and girls, which led her to found G-CAPP in 1995
. This event in downtown Manhattanwill draw approximately 200 people for the conversation between Fonda and Cooper, a cocktail reception, auction and entertainment. Sponsors will be honored at a private VIP party preceding the event.

For more information, including ticket purchase, please click here.



Anderson Cooper Brings His 360 Degree View Of The World to Vancouver

Date: April 5, 2012
What: Anderson Cooper A 360 Degree View of the World
Where: Vancouver Convention Centre
Tickets: On sale February 1st 2012. Tickets can be bought at Northern Tickets Box Office.

Single ticket: $175 per ticket.
Tables of ten are available for purchase at a price of $1750.
Tickets are all inclusive

The silver fox, Anderson Cooper will be coming to Vancouver at The Vancouver Convention Centre on April 5th, 2012. This is a unique opportunity to see the Emmy Award winning CNN anchor and host of his own syndicated talk show “Anderson” live, unscripted and in person in Vancouver. Ticket and event info is below.

No doubt all eyes will be on the city as delegates fill the Vancouver Convention Centre for what is sure to be an amazing day as Anderson Cooper presents his “360 Degree View of the World”. This exclusive and rare engagement will be like nothing Vancouver has seen before. After a pre-event reception of live music and mingling, a luncheon, and opening remarks from CTV’s lovely Tamara Taggart, Anderson will discuss his life and his experiences while reporting for CNN on just about every major news story on the planet. Then local tech wonders HootSuite will host a Q&A while Anderson takes questions from the audience and various social media platforms.

For those of you unfamiliar with Anderson Cooper just know that he has become “the go to source” for reliable and up to the minute, unbiased views of current events and ground-breaking news. The key being unbiased, something you don’t see from most journalists these days. The veteran journalist famously keeps politicians and policy makers honest with in-depth reporting, illustrating broad ways of thinking. His modern approach whether it be through the use of social media or zoning in on relevant pop culture has helped engage a new generation to gain an interest in world affairs keeping viewers of all ages and backgrounds informed and aware of current news and social issues.

Over the last year, few people have witnessed more scenes of chaos and conflict than Anderson Cooper. The anchor of CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360°” has most recently reported on the uprisings in the Middle East, the aftermath of the earthquakes in Japan and Haiti as well as the BP oil spill.



Salem State University Speaker Series
Tuesday, April 24, 2012 8:00 PM ET
For event information and to purchase tickets, please click here.


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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is "all" PR and at one time, people would line up around the block to see Anderson.
Right now he is over exposed and though he will fill seats, most of us really don't care, and Jane Fonda is "full of herself."

Anonymous said...

I was hoping him going back on the speaking circuit was an indication he realized the talk show wasn't succeeding. He said he wouldn't be doing both.

Unfortunately, I think it probably is PR and not only that, but he's getting paid handsomely to do it. Yikes!

Anonymous said...

While I think it's great for Anderson to get out and do different things and speak to real people (well, in two of the events he is), I'm curious about all of these events taking place on weekdays when 360 is on.

Maybe he doesn't want to work on the weekends, I can understand that, but with all three taking him away from 360 it makes you wonder about his priorities.

Nevertheless, if one of these were happening in my neck of the woods, I'd try to get a ticket.

Jaanza

Anonymous said...

Anderson's days of interacting with "real" people are over.
Face it. He'd much prefer the superficial Jane Fonda to anybody in his daytime audience.
He has absolutely nothing in common with real people, and it shows.
No, I wouldn't go if he were having his discussion across the street.
The Anderson of yesteryear is gone.