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Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) is a broadcast journalist, political commentator, 18-time Emmy Award winner, and author of Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty.
What We Discuss with Anderson Cooper:
- How Anderson got his start in broadcast journalism without relying on his famous, wealthy family connections.
- Why experiencing the loss of a parent early in life drew Anderson toward learning how to survive in extreme circumstances and report in places torn by conflict.
- What growing up scrutinized by media in the wake of family tragedy taught Anderson about being an empathetic journalist from the other side of the lens.
- How Anderson harnesses his self-described innate awkwardness for establishing rapport with people who have already been interviewed from every angle (like Eminem).
- What a real journalist is prepared to do during a breaking news segment when the teleprompter goes dark.
- And much more...
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