Monday, October 05, 2015

Anderson Cooper 360 on Monday, October 5, 2015


Anderson Cooper anchored AC360 from the NYC studio.  Cooper's CNN Special Report "Being 13" aired in the 9pmET hour.




Anderson joined the "hot topics" table for one segment on "The View" today:

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The following photos were posted to social media:





Anderson posted the following photo to  his Instagram page today:


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5 comments:

Jaanza said...

Because of "Gotham" I was not able to watch 360 last night. I was in and out of "Being 13" but was also watching two other programs; didn't see enough of "Being 13" but could see how this would be interesting to parents of kids in that age group.

Thanks for "The View" clip. Anderson seemed to enjoy it. I'm glad they talked more about the Democratic Presidential candidates than the Republicans, could have done without the Madonna talk and of course, Anderson promoted "Being 13".
The "Being 13" clip - oddly enough it was one part of the show that I did see. Liked Joy Behar's comment on teens taking hundreds of phone photos just to get one they believe is up to society's standards "Bring back film, that costs money."

Kudos to Anderson for posting a photo of himself at 13, he looks adorable.

CWM84 said...

I didn't watch much of 360 as I'm tired of the shows gop content bias but I turned on for a few seconds when AC was interviewing one of the victims brother and he was slamming Obama and defending gun ownership. Ac asked him if he meets Obama Friday what would he want to say to him. Then the guy just started going off on Obama's message for gun control, safety. The guy said Obama wasn't talking about what needs to be address which is mental health, when in fact Obama has talked about mental health and not allowing guns to be in the wrong hands. Ac not surprisingly didn't correct the guy or defend Obama. I quickly turned the station, then have watched CNN as they and pundits are allowed to attack Obama on the middle east terrorism crisis, Russia and blame Obama for everything. CNN is not a network that fact checks statements made about Obama at all. It seems a lot of people have forgotten that Obama came into office when there was conflict in middle and terrorism and that Obama simply can't rid the world of violent people. He is only one man. But don't bring logic to cnn or any pundit or gop.

Anonymous said...

I was appalled at the way Anderson allowed his guest to go off on President Obama. One of the producers did a horrible job in the pre-interview as Anderson seemed a little stunned by the guys answer to his question about what would he ask President Obama. But Anderson is to blame for not cutting off the guest or better yet, interrupting and re-directing the guest. I'm used to CNN's biased coverage against President Obama, but this made not only Anderson and CNN look silly but frankly left me not feeling the least bit sorry for that family. While I wish the man's sister well in her recovery, his response just reinforced my suspicion about that community in general given the reports that have come to light on the Sheriff that's responsible for the investigation.

I watched Larry Willmore's show last night and a good point was brought up in the debate of whether or not media should say the shooter's name - it was how do people provide information on the shooter for motive and background, if they don't know the person's name?

It was nice to see Anderson on The View, but I somehow don't believe that was the first time he saw video of himself dancing with Madonna. He certainly posted enough photos from that night on his social media sites.

Anonymous said...

WHAT NEEDS TO BE SPOKEN ABOUT IN REFERENCE TO GUN CONTROL HAS NOT ONE THING TO DO WITH MENTAL HEALTH.
IT IS AMENDING THE 2'ND AMENDMENT AND MAKING IT RELEVANT FOR TODAY. TODAY NO ONE NEEDS TO HOARD
ASSAULT RIFLES IN THEIR HOME, EXCEPT SOMEONE WHO EXPECTS TO USE THEM. THERE HAS TO BE A LIMIT TO
WHAT IS ACCEPTABLE IN A CIVILIZED SOCIETY AND HAVING STUPID JEB BUSH SAY ON NATIONAL TELEVISION,
AND AS A CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY, "STUFF HAPPENS," IN REGARDS TO THE MASSACRE IN OREGON, IS
SICKENING. HE AND W ARE TOTALLY RELATED.
AND WHETHER AC'S COMMENTS ON OBAMA ARE PRO OR CON, IS NOT RELEVANT EITHER.
WE HAVE TO START TAKING THESE MASSACRES, THAT HAVE OCCURRED ALL TOO FREQUENTLY, SERIOUSLY.
THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH A CULTURE THAT WOULD RATHER SPEAK ABOUT " AC AND MADONNA" ON "THE VIEW" THAN FOCUS ON WHAT IS IMPORTANT. WHO CARES??
JEB BUSH IS NOW IN FIFTH PLACE IN GOP POLLING. HE NEEDS TO STOP ACTING LIKE HIS BROTHER AND STEP
ASIDE AND ALLOW SOMEONE WITH MORE DEPTH AND INTELLIGENCE TO COME TO THE SURFACE. SO FAR THE GOP HAS NO ONE WHO CAN ACTUALLY 'GOVERN' THIS COUNTRY EFFECTIVELY.....AND NEITHER DO THE DEMOCRATS. THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST HAVE NOT APPEARED. THAT IS SAD....BUT TRUE.
AND ALL THE "LADIES" ON THE VIEW NEED TO DO WHAT BARBARA WALTERS JUST DID ....RETIRE.

aries moon said...

Soooooo glad I didn't watch that interview AC did with the relative of one of the Oregan shooting victims. It's infuriating how AC360 and all of CNN is so completely biased against President Obama and how they go out of their way to find any critic of him they can shove in front of a microphone--meanwhile the corrupt, incompetent GOP get a pass and excuses for all of the crap they pull.