Monday, July 08, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360, Monday July 8, 2013


8:00 PM

A CRY FOR HELP: Anderson Cooper and Martin Savidge reporting

DIGGING DEEPER, SURPRISE DEFENSE WITNESS: Anderson leads a discussion with Sunny Hostin, Marsha Clark, Mark Geragos, Danny Cevallos and  Lawrence Kobblinsky

FRIENDS AND FAMILY ON THE WITNESS STAND: Randi Kaye reporting

FAMILY TESTIMONY IN THE ZIMMERMAN TRIAL/WHO'S SCREAMING FOR HELP ON THE 911 CALL?/ZIMMERMAN'S FITNESS DISCUSSED IN COURT: More with Hostin, Clark, Geragos and Cevallos

DEADLY CRASH OF ASIANA AIRLINES FLIGHT 214: Dan Simon reporting
Follow up interview with Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger

NOT A MOMENT TO WASTE AT CRASH SCENE: Gary Tuchman reporting

VIOLENCE IN EGYPT: Anderson speaks with Ben Wedeman and Fouad Ajami

AC360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Randi Kaye

10:00 PM

AC360 was live in the 10PM hour as Anderson and a panel of legal experts discussed in depth the day's events in the George Zimmerman trial.

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1 comment:

Jaanza said...

For the first half of 360 I watched MSNBC. I'm being abnormal and in the minority for not caring right now about the Zimmerman trial.

When I did get back to Anderson he was talking to Chesley Sullenberger about the San Francisco airplane crash. Sullenberger was a fantastic choice and I hope at the start of the interview 360 showed a little footage of the flight he landed in the Hudson a few years ago. Videos of that is available on YouTube but putting a little on 360 would help viewers connect Sullenberger with the incident.

Oddly on the CNN transcripts page, transcripts from the 10 PM All-Zimmerman hour are up but not a transcript from the 8 PM show. I wanted to double-check if Tuchman mentioned the fatality allegedly caused by the fire engine at the San Fran crash.

The segment on Egypt was pretty good. I knew Fouad Ajami was going to show up sometime soon.

Without the Zimmerman trial, I'm guessing that most of the stories in the Bulletin would have been full segments.