CNN’s Anderson Cooper spoke at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York yesterday, he then stayed on campus to anchor AC360. Geoffrey Sorensen, who graduated from Hofstra last year with a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science (and is currently looking for a job in TV news), shot 17 videos during Cooper’s visit — both during his speech and during the outside airing of AC360.
In the clip below, during his speech, Cooper talks about the state of cable news: “I’m not much for giving advice, that’s Bill O’Reilly‘s job and he does it very well,” he said.
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