Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360, Tuesday 10/30/12



AC360 was live from Chelsea on Tuesday evening.  Here's the opening of the first hour:

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8:00 PM:
18 DEATHS CAUSED BY SANDY IN NEW YORK CITY: Anderson and Jason Carroll reporting

FIRE DEVASTATES QUEENS NEIGHBORHOOD: Deborah Feyerick reporting

HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY SWAMPED BY SANDY: Gary Tuchman reports including an interview with Mayor Dawn Zimmer

SANDY DEVASTATES JERSEY SHORE: Anderson speaks with the Mayor of Seaside Heights, NJ, Bill Akers

WEST VIRIGINIA REELING FROM SANDY: Martin Savidge reporting

TRACKING SUPERSTORM SANDY: Chad Myers reporting from Atlanta

HARROWING ORDEAL AFTER HOSPITAL LOSES POWER: Dr. Sanjay Gupta reporting

JOY AMID DISASTER: 

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NYC SUBWAY SYSTEM SHUT DOWN: Anderson speaks with Kevin Ortiz, MTA

LONG ISLAND, N.Y. DECLARED MAJOR DISASTER: Anderson speaks with Rep. Peter King

CRANE STILL DANGLING ABOVE NYC: Anderson speaks with Thomas Barth

10:00 PM:

N.J.'S NEWARK LIBERTY AIRPORT TO REOPEN/NEW YORK'S JFK INTL. AIRPORT REOPENS : Anderson Cooper reporting

NATIONAL GUARD HEADING TO HOBOKEN, N.J.: Gary Tuchman reporting

SUPERSTORM SANDY SLAMS ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.: Anderson speaks with Mayor Lorenzo Langford

HUNDREDS RESCUED IN LITTLE FERRY, N.J.: Maggie Lake reporting

ADDITIONAL WEATHER RELATED REPORTS FROM MARTIN SAVIDGE IN W.V. AND CHAD MYERS IN ATL.

2 LB.  BABY EVACUATED FROM HOSPITAL DURING SANDY: Dr. Sanjay Gupta reporting

POLITICS OF SANDY: Dana Bash reporting

 Pictures on Twitter today:
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 taylorlorenz
 CNN
And these from Just Jared taken this morning on the streets of NYC:
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Anderson talked with Dr. Drew tonight about his L.I. house that's under 2 feet of water:

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AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast
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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anderson at the start of the 8:00 hour, "we'll cover a lot of ground, a lot of cold wet ground." Yep, 360 and all of its crew did a great job covering all the bases and all the angles.

A few things stood out -
-Gary Tuchman in Hoboken NJ reporting on the couple of idiots who tried to drive in 4 - 5 feet of water and had to be rescued, "people didn't think it would be this bad" and Mayor Zimmer desparate for the National Guard.
- Sanjay Gupta's report about the backup generator failure at NYU Hospital and his interview with Davis at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
- the interview with newborn Allison's Dad and Anderson, "...the most beautiful thing I've seen come out of this storm."
- the NYC subways and what it will take to get them back up and running.

There weren't any good maps but a couple of times Anderson gave geographical information for where Hoboken and the NYU Hospital were located. Maps and locations are important to help understand the WHY.
For example: why NYU Hospital had to evacuate and why Mt. Sinai Hospital was able to help. Or why Toms River NJ got so much sand and why it's difficult to evacuate or to help the residents there.
Or maybe it's just personal to me, the need to know where things are located. But there has to be others out there who would be helped by seeing the location of that luxury condo building on West 57th with the dangling crane (actually in the middle and not near the coasts of Manhatten island).
OR just plain being reminded that Manhatten IS an island!

Thanks for the clip from Dr. Drew. Shows that Anderson is human and affected by Sandy just like alot of other New Yorkers.

Jaanza

aries moon said...

Imagine your loved one in the hospital having to be carried down nine flights of stairs on top of the already stressful situation of needing to be hospitalized in the first place--I really applaud the dedication of the NYU medical staff and all of the first responders.

It's hard to imagine why anyone would want to live in that super highrise building with the crane problem--just looking at it is scary to me.

Baby Allison was so cute, I was transfixed just watching her opening her eyes as her dad was being interviewed.

It was good to see President Obama doing his job while Mitt Romney faked concern and held a political rally disguised as "storm relief", his campaigning was NOT suspended as CNN/AC reported most of the day.

Nice photo of AC and Ben walking together--they're pretty lucky that candid shots of them are relatively rare.

Thanks for uploading all of the clips, including the previous post with Anderson anchoring earlier on Tuesday.

Anonymous said...

I thought Anderson did a great job covering both the afternoon show and his two live shows last night. They all did a good job with all the subjects that they covered. My heart goes out to all those people that are having to go through all of this.

I guess Ben and Anderson are still together. Was kind of wondering since there hadn't been much news on that front. Thanks for posting that picture as all the others.

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Someone has to differenciate between those stupid people who build on the ocean just for the view and people living in cramped quarters in Hoboken who weren't given proper warning to evacuate.
They are not all the same.
Hoboken was a crime ridden area at one time but is now up and coming and the streets are very narrow.
Buildings in the NYC/NJ area overlook the Hudson, some for the view, but some because the land was cheap, and highrises sprang up and were affordable.
I do not feel sorry for those living on the ocean. A lot of them were plain lucky this didn't happen years ago, and most of them, have other homes.
Anderson, is not just like the rest of us. His main residence IS in the city.
His other home, which has some flooding issues, will be rebuilt very quickly because he has many resources available to him...and even he lived on an island, known for flooding, the Hamptons.