In the New York Press, Troy Patterson reviews Anderson Cooper: “He is not the paternalistic type. He presents himself as a reporter rather than an authority, while [Aaron] Brown — whose mixture of pomposity and mock-folksiness makes him look like a parody of an anchorman — treats his co-star like a senior statesman humoring a whippersnapper. Cooper gives you the sense that he is deferring to his goofy uncle. His voice is anti-sonorous, as he stammers and stutters and you-knows, ticking off information as if he were a living newswire.” More… (Via Newslab)
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