Thursday, March 06, 2014

Anderson Cooper 360 Live from Kiev, Ukraine 03/06/2014


Anderson Cooper anchored AC360 Live from Kiev, Ukraine and opened the program with a tour of his surroundings and an overview of the events of the last 24 hours

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Anderson spoke with Jim Acosta in Washington and Anna Corren by phone from Crimea, then a discussion with Stephen Hadley and Jill Dougherty

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Next up were Jim Sciutto and Spider Marks were at the map

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After a report by Mathew Chance in Odessa, Ukraine; Anderson spoke with Stephen Cohen (for another point of view) and Jill Dougherty joined in the discussion

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Anderson's report on his conversations with people in Kiev today and then his interview with Katryna Krak, a Ukrainian Activist

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Anderson showed a small portion of his interview with Vitali Klitschko and then spoke with Ben Wedeman and Jill Dougherty

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2 comments:

doglover said...

3/6/14 Anderson's coverage of events in Kiev has been really good. He seems to be covering all the angles. From things I have read CNN seems to be only media source on scene. Only saw bits &pieces of the broadcasts today but appears tensions are still running high.All in all we are getting good idea of the turmoil. Thanks Anderson.

aries moon said...

I don't care for 360 bringing in all these Putin apologists and thinly disguised Obama critics, like Stephen Cohen on the show. Rarely do they present someone from the Obama Administration's perspective on the Ukraine crisis. Anderson said in a recent interview that it's not his job to tell people what to think or believe, he just gives the facts and lets them decide for themselves, however, if you're only allowing certain types of viewpoints to be aired on your news program, you are in a way pushing a narrative and an agenda. Maybe it's the 360 producers or CNN management that wants this, but still Anderson's a bit disingenuous when he talks about how he just presents the facts.

Andrew Sullivan wrote a great article on AC's pal John McCain on why it's ludicrous for news outlets to elevate his opinions or take him seriously after his MANY poor judgment calls. Don't know what AC admires about the guy.