Thursday, December 10, 2015

Anderson Cooper 360 on Thursday, December 10, 2015


Anderson Cooper anchored AC360 from the NYC studio tonight and posted the following #TBT photo to his IG account:

 

He posted the same photo to his Facebook page with the following caption:




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3 comments:

Jaanza said...

Yesterday I hoped today's 360 would limit the time spent covering the San Bernardino terrorist couple and Trump to a half hour.
But it was more than that and that's why I spent time with Hayes and football.

It started with the latest on the San Bernardino terrorist couple. The FBI is searching a lake for - allegedly - a computer hard drive the couple had. Kyung Lah spoke about that and other details of the investigation. The panel was Tom Fuentes and Robert Baer. The last few minutes of the first segment covered the upped security level for Geneva; there's a summit about to take place there and officials are worried about terrorism. Anderson talked to Paul Cruickshank about it.

Chicago prottest marches got more time today. Martin Savidge and Ryan Young were there and both mentioned the anger at Mayor Emanuel but neither went further in-depth about the cause/purpose of the protest. Anderson kept asking questions about the behavior and composition of the protesters; nothing on Laquan McDonald, police brutality/murder, cover-ups and who's the Deputy Mayor (who takes over if Emanuel resigns?).

Trump got two segments. The first started with John King reporting on the newest poll numbers. I changed the channel.

When I came back there was a Randi Kaye report on Trump, his Muslim ban plan and his supporters (not sure if this was a repeted report from last week). Football was starting.

The last segment had a report on Beau Bergdahl (on-screen title "Bergdahl Explains Why He Walked Away") and there was a Bulletin.

Without football I would have spent more time watching Hayes; he had a better variety of stories including the topic of the Colorado River / California drought / climate change. It's all about content.

I totally love the photo of college-aged Anderson. I wonder what was going on when the photo was taken, he looks so serious and intense.

aries moon said...

That's a great picture of AC from his college days.

Anonymous said...

A MUST SEE ON HUFFPOST IS WILL FERRELL DOING HIS GEORGE W. BUSH IMPERSONATION.
VERY VERY FUNNY AND CURRENT, IN HIS SKETCH FOR THE COLD OPEN MONOLOGUE ON SNL THIS PAST WEEKEND.