Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Live from Rome 3/12/13


SMOKE SIGNAL: NO POPE TODAY: Anderson Cooper's overview of the day:

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SMOKE BUT NO POPE: Anderson talks with Father Thomas Rosica and John Allen



BREAKING NEWS: ATTORNEYS: L.A.ARCHDIOCESES SETTLES MOLESTATION LAWSUITS: Anderson Cooper reporting
Follow up with Father Edward Beck and Rev. Albert Cutie


VATICAN SECURITY LOCKDOWN:
Tom Foreman and CNN's Mike Brooks reporting

AC360 RAW POLITICS: OBAMA OUTREACH A JOKE? Panel discussion with Margaret Hoover, David Gergen and  Peter Beinhart

WHAT WOMEN WANT, WOMEN, MEN & POWER: Anderson Cooper reporting
Follow up with Heidi Roizen and  Joanna Coles

RICH HISTORY OF THE PAPAL CONCLAVE: Anderson Cooper reporting

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AC360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Isha Sesay



EXTRAS:

Anderson tweeted a photo of press pass for the Conclave:

An Instagram photo posted on Sunday of Anderson and some fans at JFK before he boarded his flight to Rome:

A photo tweeted by AC360 of Anderson in Rome:


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think it's great Anderson is in Rome. I would love to be there but only when the conclave is over because I have to see the Sistine Chapel.
There was actually very little papal news today. One vote, one cloud of black smoke, how many different ways can you talk about it?

The second panel with Rev. Beck and Rev. Cutie was a lot better than the first panel. Great discussion on the scandal troubles in the church and attempts to get the church to adapt to the 21st century.

I could not get into the political segment, it seemed like a bunch of same old, same old.

It was great to see the differences of opinion about women and work since that first survey was taken. This was a good segment and I enjoyed hearing from Joanna Coles.

Thanks for posting the extra photos. Anderson's press pass for Vatican City is valid until March 31? Wonder if it will really last that long; somewhere in all the Pope coverage there was the fact that on average it takes 3 days to elect a new Pope. I have mixed feelings on this lasting a week or more. While I think it's essentially a dull story, I'd also be interested in how Anderson (and anyone in the news) could still be excited about this electing-a-Pope business after the 8th day of black smoke. Even the faithful gathered at St. Peter's Square will start getting restless and wander off looking for gelato.

Tonight's gelato flavor is stracciatella.

Jaanza