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'''Anderson Cooper''' is a television news journalist for the cable/satellite news network CNN. Anderson Cooper began his news reporting career on Channel One News (broadcast in school classrooms.) He gained some measure of fame for hosting the first two seasons of the [[ABC]] reality-program ''The Mole'', which featuring players competing in various locales while trying to determine which one of them was secretly a mole that was attempting to sabotage the game.
 
'''Anderson Cooper''' is a television news journalist for the cable/satellite news network CNN. Anderson Cooper began his news reporting career on Channel One News (broadcast in school classrooms.) He gained some measure of fame for hosting the first two seasons of the [[ABC]] reality-program ''The Mole'', which featuring players competing in various locales while trying to determine which one of them was secretly a mole that was attempting to sabotage the game.
   
Anderson Cooper has risen quickly at CNN, now hostly a nightly program known as ''Anderson Cooper 360''.
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Anderson Cooper has risen quickly at CNN, now hosting a nightly program known as ''Anderson Cooper 360''.
   
 
Cooper appeared on Season 38 of ''[[Sesame Street]]'' in an insert featuring the character [[Walter Cranky]], a parody of another respected television journalist, [[Walter Cronkite]].
 
Cooper appeared on Season 38 of ''[[Sesame Street]]'' in an insert featuring the character [[Walter Cranky]], a parody of another respected television journalist, [[Walter Cronkite]].

Revision as of 03:16, January 3, 2007

Anderson Cooper is a television news journalist for the cable/satellite news network CNN. Anderson Cooper began his news reporting career on Channel One News (broadcast in school classrooms.) He gained some measure of fame for hosting the first two seasons of the ABC reality-program The Mole, which featuring players competing in various locales while trying to determine which one of them was secretly a mole that was attempting to sabotage the game.

Anderson Cooper has risen quickly at CNN, now hosting a nightly program known as Anderson Cooper 360.

Cooper appeared on Season 38 of Sesame Street in an insert featuring the character Walter Cranky, a parody of another respected television journalist, Walter Cronkite.

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