Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Video of Anderson Cooper's lecture at the Museum of Television and Radio

Thanks to our correspondent 00F for her account, and better yet, THE VIDEO! so you can hear it directly from the man himself!

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Just a reminder: it was video taped with consumer level equipment, we don't expect an Emmy for it....

2 comentarios:

Anonymous said...

I know I can always count on you guys!

A video tops any account of the event. THANK YOU!

jr said...

Thanks for posting these videos. Very interesting. I often wonder how that man remembers the intricate details after time has gone by. His viewpoint to capturing a story is very impressive!


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