Monday, January 14, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Monday, January 14, 2013

Anderson Cooper was live from Newtown, CT with a Special Edition of AC360 - United in Newtown.

TURNING POINT IN NEWTOWN, One month later:  Report by Anderson Cooper


(FAITH AND STRENGTH IN NEWTOWN, One month anniversary of Sandy Hook shooting:  Anderson speaks to Matt and Jennifer Hubbard, parents of Catherine Hubbard


CONN. GOV. MALLOY:  "MORE GUNS ARE NOT THE ANSWER", Calls for national gun control:  Anderson's interview with Gov. Dannell Mallow (D) Connecticut

GABBY GIFFORDS' HUSBAND ON GUN CONTROL, Kelly wants "responsible, common sense changes to gun violence laws":  Anderson's interview with Mark Kelly

AVALANCHE OF SUPPORT, 150,000+ condolence letters sent to Newtown:  Report by Gary Tuchman and follow up with Anderson


SANDY HOOK STUDENTS ADJUST TO NEW SCHOOL, Public meetings being held to decide future of school:  Anderson's interview with Janet Robinson, Superintendent, Newtown Public Schools & Debbie Leidlein, Chairwoman, Newtown School Board

REMEMBERING NOAH POZNER, One month anniversary of Sandy Hook Shooting:  Anderson's interview with Danielle Vabner, Noah Pozner's Sister


NEWTOWN:  A MONTH LATER, Community comes together is healing:  Anderson talks to Rabbi Shaul Praver, Temple Adeth Israel & Rev. Matt Crebbin, Newtown Congregational Church





Photos of Anderson at the the 2nd Annual Sean Penn and Friends Help Haiti Home Gala benefiting J/P HRO presented by Giorgio Armani at Montage Hotel on January 12, 2013 in Los Angeles, California; which he hosted.  From ~

And a reader sent us a photo that showed up on Instagram today.  Anderson was pre-recording his interview with Mark Kelly that aired on AC360 tonight ~

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Anonymous said...

I'm mean and heartless and did not like Monday's 360. I missed the first minute or two but watched that part here on ATA. Anderson did not say he was devoting the entire show to Newtown. If he had said that and if I had caught it, I probably would not have watched as much as I did.

The Newtown school shooting is important and it's the biggest reason for the current gun control debate. I watched most of the first half but then was actively channel surfing, checking back to 360 to see if any other news was being presented, either Lance Armstrong or the flu or the debt ceiling wrangling in D.C.

Newtown is heartbreaking but I wanted to hear about other news also.

Thanks for the photos of Anderson at the Help Haiti Home event. He looks awesome in that first photo.


trampadoo said...

AC360 was a lovely tribute to the children and their families. The way the community is handling the tragedy seems is very impressive. And I am an atheist but in this case I clearly see the benefit of some kind of faith in a being that now takes care of the children. It may be self-deception but the alternative is really terrible and I also like how they are trying to answer with love and compassion, not anger and hate.

Of course now the conspiracy theorists will have another field day with clips of parents and the big sister not crying in front of the camera. Yuck.

I wish there was footage of Anderson at the Haiti fundraiser. From what I have read he must have been quite funny.

Anonymous said...

Yes, indeed.
The conspiracy theorists, and who gives them all air time....?
The "Keeping them honest guy himself!"
Every nut case that's out there will be invited to come on his show to be sure.
I also can't understand the Newtown parents who were victims of this tragedy.
In today's NYT, it says that most of the victims own guns and take their families to gun ranges for target practice.
This is baffling.
Piers Morgan had parents who were affected personally from the tragedy and not one of them was for gun control.
If that's the culture of Newtown, than how can 'we' help them??
A big shout out to Governor Coumo for having the nerve to actually do something about guns and not try to change the conversation by saying, "Let's round up all the crazies and give them background checks."
Right. Guns don't kill people. People kill people...or I love the NRA.

trampadoo said...

Oh Anon, back at torturing yourself by following a guy you don't like and respect?

I think it is about time the conspiracy nuts craze is addressed. Those people do actual harm and they would do it no matter if he addressed it or not. This treatment of the families of victims of 8/11 has been going on since years for example.

It is time those nutcases experience some repercussions. They deserve to be portrayed as the scum they are, even harassing and threatening the families of victims and I hope the professor gets fired.

Anonymous said...

@trampadoo: I never left.
And to give these people air time is doing a disserve to those who are really interested in gun control.
Yes, keep up the rationalizations.
Good for the soul.

trampadoo said...

I know I know, that's what stalkers in a love/hate relationship with their object of desire do. You stick around.

And yes, making the conspiracy nuts look like the disgusting fools they are is totally going to influence the gun control legislations. Right. Just keep rationalising your obsessive dislike for everything Anderson does. :)

Anonymous said...

@trampadoo, I didn't know you had a PHD in love/hate relationships.
I did once admire AC, but he has been a disappointment and under the First Amendment I can say whatever, IMHO, most of which is political and has less to do with Anderson Cooper, and more to do with what he is reporting, or isn't.
You don't have to read it.
On the other hand, I think YOU rather enjoy it. HMM

trampadoo said...


As if anyone needed a PhD to conclude you got a problem if you stalk a man you dislike and disrespect since years. :)

And just like Anderson's right to critcise Tracy is protected by the first amendment, my right to criticise and even mock you is protected under it, as well has the freedom of speech laws of my country. Get used to it.

And yes, you amuse me. I have yet to read a constructive contribution to any discussion from you and you usually stick to pretty lame polemics but yes, I occasionally chuckle.