Monday, November 04, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 & AC360 Later, Monday 11/4/13

AC360 8:00 PM:
*Aftermath of the LAX shooting
*Dr. Phil’s interview with Michelle Knight
*Pro Football Bullies
*Stop and Frisk
*Vanderbilt University Rape Case

AC360 Later: 10:00 PM:
Stop and Frisk
Breaking News: Shooting at a NJ Mall (Anderson anchored coverage that extended beyond the end of AC360 Later)

From tonight's Hobbit event that Anderson moderated:


AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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1 comment:

Jaanza said...

The news of the LAX shooting is still big stuff partly because there's still new information. I saw the clip of shooting survivor Tony Grigory speaking so sadly about the death of his TSA pal. However when Kyung Lah began her report, recapping the shooting and the shooter, I switched to Hayes.

And I'm glad I did. Hayes had (sort of) something I've been asking for from Anderson. Last week Hayes talked to an individual who signed up for ACA and was glad to have it. On Monday's show there was David Axelrod with a personal real-iife story about how much the ACA would have helped his family when he was 26 years old. In a nutshell, he thought he had adequate insurance but his 7-month-old daughter began having epileptic seizures; the insurance wasn't enough to cover the numerous doctor/specialists visits and the costly prescriptions necessary to keep her alive.

On 360, it doesn't have to be Anderson. It could be a pundit or just somebody off the street with a real story, a personal story about health insurance.

My sympathies to Michelle Knight but I am not watching Dr. Phil. Back to Hayes.

I saw a little bit of the segment on the Miami Dolphins player bullying and threatening others but mostly watched Hayes' report on ENDA (Employment Non-Discrimination Act). ENDA was never mentioned on 360 but should have been.
Same goes for the Rand Paul plagiarism story.

However, the stop-and-frisk panel with Kevin Flanagan and Charles Flow was pretty good. So was Gary Tuchman's report on the arrests of four Vanderbilt University football players for rape. Two reports in one day of football players behaving badly. Makes you wonder about the sport.

The Ridiculist was better than some of the recent ones. Poor chupacabra, I'd set out some food for it.