Anderson Cooper: Profile of a TV Journalist

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
This is the engaging biography of a popular TV news anchor whose specialty is covering wars and natural disasters. After starting as a fact checker after graduating from Yale, Anderson Cooper moved overseas to Burma and Vietnam and began using his own video camera to film situations and stories as he encountered them. Over his career he has covered many global headline events, but it was his coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina that made Cooper famous. He brought a human face and raw emotion to the coverage, empathizing with the people's anger, fear, and frustration.

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Anderson's coverage has always been detailed and he has been part of every coverage of the news he has dealt with over the years.
His coverage was always different and being part of a story gives
the whole scenario and entirely different feel to it.
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