Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Live From Boston, Tuesday 4/16/13


8:00 PM HOUR

OPENING OF AC360:

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FBI: BOMBS POSSIBLY PLACED IN PRESSURE COOKERS: Anderson speaks with Drew Griffin and John King

VIGIL FOR 8 YEAR OLD VICTIM: Gary Tuchman reporting

NEW CLUES IN BOSTON MARATHON BOMBING: Anderson speaks with Dr. Sanjay Gupta

HOSPITAL INTERVIEW: Anderson speaks with Ron Brassard, bombing victim

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ENVELOPE SENT TO SENATOR TEST POSITIVE FOR RICIN POISON: Anderson Cooper and Dana Bash reporting

OFFICIAL: PARTIAL CIRCUIT BOARD OF BOMB RECOVERED: Anderson speaks with former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani about Boston's response compared to NYC's

INTERVIEW WITH DR. NATALIE STAVAS AND FIRST RESPONDER CARLOS ARREDONDO:

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REMEMBERING THE VICTIMS: 

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360 ENDING:

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10:00 PM HOUR:


NEW PHOTOS OF BOSTON BOMB FRAGMENTS: Anderson Cooper reporting

SEARCH FOR SUSPECT REMAINS WIDE OPEN: Anderson, Drew Griffin, John King and Fran Townsend

Anderson talks with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Natalie Stavas about the impact of the bombing

ENVELOPE SENT TO SENATOR TEST POSITIVE FOR RICIN POISON: Anderson Cooper and Dana Bash reporting (R)

OFFICIAL: PARTIAL CIRCUIT BOARD OF BOMB RECOVERED: Anderson speaks with former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani about Boston's response compared to NYC's (R)

29 YEAR OLD VICTIM AMONG THE DEAD: Jason Carroll reporting

VIGIL FOR 8 YEAR OLD VICTIM AND OTHERS: Gary Tuchman reporting
Anderson does a follow up interview with Bill Forry, friend of the Richard family

YANKEES PAY TRIBUTE TO BOSTON

NEW PHOTOS OF BOSTON BOMB FRAGMENTS: John King, Juliette Kayyem and Tom Fuentes discuss




EXTRA: 

Anderson spoke by phone this morning with Ryan Seacrest about the Boston bombings:

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AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast
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3 comments:

aries moon said...

Good coverage Mon & Tuesday of the Boston bombings, I especially liked AC's interview Dr. Natalie Stavas--her dedication and genuine concern for the victims really came through. The stories of the child and the young woman who were killed were heartbreaking and hard to watch. I could've done with Giuliani's appearance, but overall, fine work by AC/360/CNN.

Jaanza said...

Another very good 360, here's what stood out for me:
- Drew Griffin explaining how a pressure cooker bomb is made and Anderson pointing out that this information is already available on the internet.
- Anderson, while talking to Dana Bash about Sen. Wicker's Ricin envelope, pointed out that all mail for Congress isn't mailed directly to Congress. As Anderson stated, all mail goes to an "off-site facility" for processing and screening. I did not know that.
- Regarding Sen. Wicker and Ricin, neither Anderson or Bash said anything about it being connected to the bombing at the Boston Marathon or it was purely coincidental timing.
- The interview with Guiliani was better than what I expected from Guiliani. He made good comments about "more can threaten us besides terrorism" and the need for people and cities to recover. The ending was especially nice, Guiliani complimented Anderson on his coverage and Anderson said it "was a privilege to be in this city at this time."
- Gary Tuchman's memorial for Martin Richards got to me. Had to grab a kleenex.
- The video montage at the end of the 8 pm hour was excellent.

trampadoo said...

This kind of coverage is really what CNN and Anderson do best. It was informative and the interviews with vitims and first responders were very sensitive and compassionate.

I don't even remember her name but the lady who co-ancored with Anderson during the 2 PM hour was just doing a really bad job. I'm sure she is professional and all and this is just her style she can't help but sorry, don't let her talk to victims/traumatized people involved in this kind of incidents again. Leave that to Anderson, Wolf and other reporters who have the gift of saying the right things and give the people they talk to a sense of warmth and compassion. Made me cringe.

I really appreciate that they are trying to avoid speculation and wild assumptions like certain channels like to dwell in.

The tributes to the victims was heartbreaking and wow, poor mum. :(

Any chance of seeing the interview with Guiliani? I didn't get to see the whole 10 PM hour because I was pretty tired.