Thursday, December 03, 2015

Anderson Cooper 360 Live from San Bernardino, CA on Thursday, December 3, 2015

Anderson Cooper anchored an expanded two hour edition of AC360 Live from San Bernardino, CA. Anderson opened the program with an overview of the massacre:

Spoke with the family of one of the victims:

Anderson ended the program speaking with Poppy Harlow about the vigil being held and read the names of the 14 people who were killed:

Anderson posted the above photo and video below to his Facebook page today:

CBS also released the following promotion video of the story that it set to air Sunday night.  We will have it covered for you:

AC360 Transcript
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1 comment:

Jaanza said...

Today's 360 was a lot like yesterday's. Except for Anderson being in San Bernardino CA, wearing his glasses, and the content being more analytical and explaining rather than the breaking news during the show yesterday.

However it was the same as yesterday's in that Anderson gave an overview and then talked to a variety of reporters and experts. This time including Pamela Brown, Art Roderick, Robert Baer, Paul Cruickshank, Gary Tuchman, Tom Budermann, Tom Fuentes and Ivan Perez. And again, the police news/press conference was carried live.

Also like yesterday, I watched only the first hour.

I did check out Hayes occasionally. Hayes had a segment on the political angle of the shooting, what politicians/candidates have said and the debate on gun control. Anderson, in the first hours I have seen, has not touched the political element of this mass shooting. He should because it's already being politicized.

Speaking of politics, I hope but don't expect Anderson to cover today's Lindsey Graham speech. I don't like Graham but have new respect for him after his "WHAT THE HELL is wrong with us Republicans? THIS is WHAT THE HELL is WRONG with us Republicans!!!" speech to the Republican Jewish Coalition. Many excellent points which the GOP probably won't act upon. At the very least Anderson should spend a minute on the Senate voting to once again kick Obamacare to the curb but with it this time is a measure to defund Planned Parenthood. it's going to the House now.

No doubt the shooting in San Bernardino is tragic and horrible and deserves attention. But three days later other news should be given a few minutes.