Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 from Tacloban, Philippines 11/12/13

Tuesday's AC360 opening from the airport at Tacloban:

Anderson conducted interviews with residents of Taclban, aid workers, U.S.military personal and fellow reporters.  Barbara Starr also reported on U.S. military aid that is on the way.

Here are a few of the reports from the 8PM hour that were filmed while AC and his team attempted to assess the damage and the human toll of Typhoon Hayian.

At the end of the hour CNN reporters at the airport joined Anderson for a discussion about what they've seen and heard since arriving in Tacloban:


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Anonymous said...

Fantastic program tonight. Very informative. Classic Anderson. Loved it.

PS: It would be cool for AC360 to continue using the music used tonight on the program.

aries moon said...

Based on AC's reporting, very little aid is getting through to the hardest hit areas after several days. It was sad to watch the family members talking about the loved ones who were lost/buried/missing. It's hard to imagine how horrific it must be for the Filipino people who have no homes, food, water and medical attention after the storm--a true nightmare. Thanks for the clips of the various CNN shows that AC appeared on--the devastation and overwhelming sadness and desperation of the people seemed to be getting to him--and that's quite understandable. I didn't catch whether or not AC would still be reporting from the Philippines on Wednesday night though.