Thursday, May 09, 2013

Anderson Cooper Live from Cleveland Thursday, 05/09/2013

8:00PM HOUR:

"KIDNAPPER OPERATED TORTURE CHAMBER AND PRIVATE PRISON" Prosecutor will seek "aggravated murder" for alleged killings of fetuses:  Anderson Cooper reports

ARIEL CASTRO CONFESSES TO SOME ACTIONS, Law enforcement source says he gave details during interrogation:  Anderson's discussion with Martin Savidge, Pamela Brown and Scott Taylor (WOIO Investigative Reporter)

CASTRO BAIL SET AT $8 MILLION, $2 million for each victim and child born in captivity:  Brian Todd reporting

Anderson and Sunny Hostin discuss legalities of case

ARIEL CASTRO'S FORMER IN-LAWS SPEAK OUT, Share their memories of the kidnapping suspect: Report by Anderson Cooper and then interview with Elida Caraballo, Ariel Castro's former sister-in-law and  Marie Caraballo, Ariel Castro's former niece ~

Report by Randi Kaye on the intertwined lives of Ariel Castro and the family of Gina DeJesus

Anderson interviews Sandra Ruiz, Gina DeJuses' Aunt and Sylvia Colon, Gina DeJesus' cousin ~

Gary Tuchman reports about a man who made a report the night Gina DeJesus was kidnapped and locals questioning if the police could have done more, then a follow up discussion with Anderson

SYRIANS SPEAK ABOUT CIVIL WAR AT OWN PERIL, Zaidoun Al Zoabi arrested two weeks ago by regime forces:  Report by Anderson Cooper ~


Sights & Sounds of the last 4 days in Cleveland ~

10:00PM HOUR:
Many of the same topics and guests were the same in the 10PM hour.  New in the hour ~

"HE'S DEAD TO ME"  Ariel Castro's daughter speaks:  Laurie Segall had interviews Angie Gregg, Ariel Castro's Daughter earlier in the day. She and Anderson discussed the interview and then played parts of it ~

And Anderson ended the hour with an explanation of a special AC360 airing tomorrow night ~

Last night we posted about an AC360 Live taping taking place at 3:00PM Friday.  We learned the content of the special taping today ~

Vanished: Anderson Cooper 360° Special CNN’s Anderson Cooper hosts a town hall highlighting the frightening numbers of missing persons in America, and focusing upon some of the individual stories of people still looking for loved ones. The hour will also tell the stories of people who were found and reunited with their families, and the everyday heroes who have helped find them. John Walsh will be a guest throughout the hour.

CNN's Friday night schedule ~
7:00pm – 8:00pm Erin Burnett OutFront (LIVE)
8:00pm – 9:00pm Vanished: Anderson Cooper 360° Special 
9:00pm – 10:00pm Piers Morgan Live (LIVE)
10:00pm – 11:00pm Murder in the First Degree: Inside the Arias Trial
11:00pm – 12:00am Vanished: Anderson Cooper 360° Special

Anderson was photographed with Fabienne Sintes, a French journalist based in Washington DC who is also in Cleveland covering the kidnapping story.   The two photos posted to Twitter were taken at Micheal Symon's Lola Bistro ~

Pamela Brown of CNN also posted the following photograph of her "debut" on AC360 Wednesday night ~

And from Twitter and Instagram, photos of tonight's broadcast ~

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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Jaanza said...

Again, another terrific 360 if all you wanted to hear about was the three newly found Ohio women, the POS guy who imprisoned them and all kinds of tangents of the story. I'm sure Anderson and all the reporters did a fine job but I started channel-surfing after a while.

I understand that this is an incredibly important story, I'm glad the three women have been found and hope Castro spends the rest of his life in a very small cell. It's an topic that fully deserves its own primetime special. But I don't think I'll be watching.

Anonymous said...

I thought it was an allaround good show with interesting info and great interviews. I like that Gina's aunts pointed out that some media are not helping by being intrusive and pushy and it is quite the honor that they complimented Anderson on his reporting. The same happened in Texas and Boston. :)

The town hall special edition sounds like a great idea to raise awareness while the topic is still all over the media.

Thank you for posting all the clips and pictures!

Anderson was on Dr. Drew yesterday for a couple of minutes and damn, the conversations on this show that were going on before Anderson came on were almost unwatchable. They just keep yelling at each other by default. I am so glad Anderson and Wolf are "oldfashioned" reporters that don't do that. Is this what they teach them today or what the correspondents and guests are being told to talk like?