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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Reaction to Mubarak's Speech

Below is a clip of Fareed Zakaria’s reaction to Mubarak’s speech. Zakaria said, “He didn’t seem to understand that the crowd’s anger was directed at him”

And Anderson Cooper's reaction:

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Anonymous said...

Anderson became a little too emotional in his response to Mubarak's speech.
A reporter should always be objective and he should have phrased it in a more impartial manner.
What he says is probably true, but if he should ever try to reenter the country, even under a different regime, it could become problematic.

Anonymous said...

Now that Mubarak is resigning for real this time,
my guess is that Anderson will be heading to
Egypt this weekend. CNN needs to stand back and
let us experience as much of the atmosphere of
the history. I too would like to see the journos
take over the news in prime time. If they are
good enough to handle the breaking news as
it is happening, how come they get kicked to
the curb in prime time for amateurs for 2 hrs.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if this will be one of those record
breaking ratings day for CNN. People come
to CNN for big news and it gets not bigger
than what is happening in Egypt. It is history
in real time. Technology is so advanced now
sot they can be live all night long if possible.
I applaud the coverage so far.

Anonymous said...

Guess what folks?
FOX News beat CNN last time with the coverage on Egypt and my guess is they will beat them this time and I don't think American journos should be there right at this moment so they can say "So how does this make you feel?"
The results of this will not be known for quite some time and it is not the time for foreign journos to cover something they can cover from here.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Ben Wedeman,Ivan Watson,
Arwa Damon, Fred Pleitgen, CNN writers,
producers & photojournalists and all of
those people on the ground in Egypt
bringing us the historic 18 days of
coverage out of Egypt. I had to post this
after hearing so many Egyptians thanking
the reporters of CNN for broadcasting their
story and shining the light on the events.
Thanks to Hala Gorani & Anderson Cooper
as well for broadcasting live from Cairo
even when the Egyptian authorities did
all they could to stop you guys. You are
skilled and story telling is your craft. I
hope we will see more of this on CNN.
There are millions of stories out there.
Untold stories that the world knows
nothing about until some reporters
stumbles upon it and tells the world.

Anonymous said...

CNN has to be disappointed with the ratings
for Thursday. The network could not even get
a million viewers in prime time. It matters who
you put in the chair. In the past there was a
real journalist before Larry King so CNN did not
have to worry about credibility.

CNN has to reinvent itself and find new and
interesting ways to bring us the news that is
not the same tired old formulas. Crossfire &
an hour long interview show with an accent
is going no where. There is nothing new
about CNN and they sound like they are
about to become Crossfire 24/7. CNN has
be doing that boring formula since the 90's.
Evolve and modernize.

Anonymous said...

Now that things have more or less stabalized in Egypt, and AC is back at the anchor desk, his ratings have taken a dive along with Piers Moron who spent this evening talking to Janet Jackson.
Why? Is she that important?
And to spend an entire hour...we've moved on Piers.
So should you.