Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Tuesday 2/12/13


8:00 PM HOUR

BREAKING NEWS: CABIN ENGULFED IN FLAMES/ONE DEPUTY KILLER IN SHOOTOUT WITH DORNER: Anderson Cooper spoke with:

• Kyle Martin, son of the Big Bear cabin owner where Dorner is believed trapped
• Tom Fuentes, former FBI assistant director
• Brian Todd, CNN reporter
• Chris Voss, former FBI hostage negotiator
• James Usera, former classmate of Dorner
• Miguel Marquez, CNN reporter on the scene
• Andrew Blankstein, staff writer LA Times
• Randi Kaye, CNN reporter on the scene

AWAITING STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS: Anderson Cooper reported the President was leaving the White House and heading to Capital Hill.  The SOTU coverage was turned over to Wolf at 8:50. 


Anderson did a quick update to the Dorner story between the SOTU address and the Republican's rebuttal. And Anderson did updates, including live reports with Miguel Marquez and Randi Kaye, during the SOTU discussion in the 11 PM hour.

12 AM HOUR

DORNER'S FATE UNKNOWN AFTER FIRE: Anderson Cooper reporting

FISH & GAME OFFICIAL: 'DORNER ALSO GOT IN FIREFIGHT WITH WARDENS': Anderson Cooper and Miguel Marquez give an overview of the day

Anderson again spoke with:
• Tom Fuentes, former FBI assistant director
• Kyle Martin, son of the Big Bear cabin owner
• Randi Kaye, CNN reporter on the scene
• James Usera, former classmate of Dorner
 •In addition he interviewed Kris Mohandie, former LAPD psychologist

LA TIMES 'TWO HOSTAGES WERE MAIDS': Anderson spoke with Joel Rubin, staff writer LA Times

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Enough with the guy in the cabin.
This should no longer be the lead story on 360.
Chris Cuomo lead with the cruise ship and the poor passengers who have been living in filthy conditions since Sunday!.
Now that should have been the lead story.
Families are interested in their relatives aboard a Carnival Cruise Line, one of the largest lines that Americans use.
Chris asked the right questions and got personal with the relatives of the passengers aboard.
Having cruised many times, this is a nightmare.
Ships are too large now and as Chris pointed out, it's a sailing hotel with unsanitary conditions and for days!

trampadoo said...

The blown out of proportion ridiculous cruise ship story should have been the lead story? Are you serious? I am pretty sure most people would have switched the channel. In fact I have heard a lot of critcism of last night's cruise ship news orgy. Anderson definitely choose the right day to hand this trainwrack topic over to Chris. I want to watch AC360 and not Oprah.

I hope this is not the direction Zucker is trying to push the show into and if it is, Anderson should object or move to a different channel.

Anonymous said...

I am very, very serious.
Carnival is one of the biggest cruise lines doing business with our travel industry and this experience could have a dire impact
on further cruises already booked.
Anything that hurts this industry, hurts our economy, and anything that hurts our economy should always be a lead story.
Chris did a fine job interviewing those passengers ready to disembark.

Anonymous said...

According to TVN: CNN SPENDS BIG AND GETS RATINGS IN RETURN.
It seems there was much interest in the cruise ship story, as well there should have been.
Good for Chris and CNN.
CNN lead in both the 10 and ll PM hour yesterday.