Friday, October 26, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360, Friday, October 26, 2012


BREAKING NEWS, STATE OF EMERGENCY AHEAD OF MASSIVE STORM, Declared in Va., D.C., Md., Pa. and N.Y.:  Report by Anderson Cooper
MASSIVE STORM PREDICTED TO HIT NORTHEAST, Forecasters warn of high winds, strong tides, heavy rain, possible snow:  Anderson and Chad Myers report

NEW CNN/ORC OHIO POLL, OBAMA 50%, ROMNEY 50%, Crucial state for both campaigns:  Anderson Cooper and John King at the 'Magic Wall' & Follow Up with Jim Acosta and Brianna Keiler

THE ENTHUSIASM FACTOR, A day in the swing state of Ohio:  Report by Gary Tuchman
FIGHT TO THE FINISH, Ohio widely seen as must-win state:  Anderson's follow up with James Carville and Mary Matalin

COURTING THE YOUTH VOTE, Pres. Obama discusses music, politics and more in MTV interview:  Anderson played a small portion of the interview  (Anderson announced that the Romney campaign was offered equal airtime and turned down offer.)
THE YOUTH VOTE 2012, Obama campaign predicts even higher turnout than 2008:  Anderson's follow up with Andrew Jenks (MTV News Correspondent), Kristen Soltis (Republican Strategist), and Peter Hamby (Political Reporter)

ANALYZING THE CAMPAIGN AD ENDGAME, New ads almost every day in swing states:  Report by Anderson Cooper

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360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN:  Susan Hendricks

BREAKING NEWS, MASSIVE STORM PREDICTED TO HIS NORTHEAST, Forecasters, Sandy could merge with cold front, become "Superstorm":  Anderson checks back in with Chad Myers for the latest update

THE RIDICULIST:   DANGERS OF LIVE TV

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2 comments:

aries moon said...

There were polls that had Obama leading Romney 50-46 in Ohio but CNN calls that "tied". Anderson was down on President Obama's MTV interview for not being hard hitting enough, but he can't really talk since he frequently allows conservatives like Ari Fleischer, John McCain and Mary Matalin to go unchallenged and without asking follow up questions. Romney's avoiding the press and keeping mum on specifics while Obama is still out there answering questions--AC has no room to quibble about MTV. It would've been nice to hear more from Andrew Jenks on the Youth vote--as usual AC gave the conservative guest more time to speak.

aries moon said...

There were polls that had Obama leading Romney 50-46 in Ohio but CNN calls that "tied". Anderson was down on President Obama's MTV interview for not being hard hitting enough, but he can't really talk since he frequently allows conservatives like Ari Fleischer, John McCain and Mary Matalin to go unchallenged and without asking follow up questions. Romney's avoiding the press and keeping mum on specifics while Obama is still out there answering questions--AC has no room to quibble about MTV. It would've been nice to hear more from Andrew Jenks on the Youth vote--as usual AC gave the conservative guest more time to speak.