Monday, August 27, 2012

AC360 & Anderson Cooper in NOLA Tonight

While we don't have all the details yet we do know that Anderson and Soledad O'Brien left Tampa this morning on their way to New Orleans to cover Isaac, which is predicted to make landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday. To read more about the storm check out this article on CNN.com.

UPDATE from CNN PR:

Anderson Cooper and Soledad O'Brien are headed to New Orleans, Louisiana, where they will join CNN’s news and weather anchor Rob Marciano later today.
Anderson will anchor portions of our prime time coverage tonight from New Orleans and Soledad will anchor Starting Point Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from New Orleans.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

According to the NYT the hurricane could only benefit CNN.
CNN has not had such terrible ratings for the last twenty years!
They are desperate and are trying to pair with HBO and feature documentaries on the weekend and if successful do regular documentary programming.
The convention itself will not be a big draw because it is too structured and neither candidate is engaging this time around.
Romeny to quote the Times will try to "imitate a human being," and Obama will appear this time, without his signature of hope and change....boring.
CNN's only hope is the hurricane backdrop.
Bring it on.