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Saturday, December 12, 2009

CNN/YouTube Debate on Climate Change

CNN/YouTube Debate on Climate Change
Live from Copenhagen
Dispatch (Dec. 11, 2009):

In a CNN-first, will stream a global debate on climate change live at 8amET on Tuesday, Dec. 15 on, from the UN Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen. The ‘CNN/YouTube Debate on Climate Change’ will later broadcast on CNN International on Dec. 16 at 4pmET. More than 2,500 questions (probably more now!) have been submitted to YouTube by people around the world, and the debate offers viewers the opportunity to have their questions answered by Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary-General and President of the Global Humanitarian Forum heading the Tck, Tck, Tck: Time for Climate Justice Campaign"; Yves de Boer, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change; Thomas Friedman, New York Times columnist and Pulitzer-prize winning author; Daryl Hannah, actress and environmentalist; and Bjorn Lomborg, Danish academic and author of The Skeptical Environmentalist.

CNN International anchor Becky Anderson will host the debate. Video on demand from the debate is available on and the CNN App for the iPhone and iPod Touch, with the entire show airing on CNN International in the days following the debate.

Source: CNN Press Release, December 11, 2009

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Anonymous said...

This is one of the things that CNN does get right.
CNN needs to use real time headlines instead of
the crawl which is really outdated. Ironically I
noticed that AOL which is now a stand alone is
actually doing this; I am not sure how much
CNN can get from AOL but I really like the sphere
and now.

Anonymous said...

It seems as though tv news should be getting
better and not worse. Just this week there is
an I-phone app that permits you to turn your
phone in to what is basically a live shot camera
and broadcast to your own computer.It is clear
and probably taking aim at skype.