Heading into its second season, Anderson, the one-hour daily syndicated talk show hosted by Anderson Cooper, is changing its name to Anderson Live as it is adopting a new live format with rotating co-hosts. As we reported in February, the show will also move from its original setting at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s The Allen Room to the CBS Broadcast Center in New York where it will tape in front of a live audience on the stage previously occupied by The Nate Berkus Show. Anderson underwent a change at the helm during its freshman season, with Terence Noonan taking over as executive producer. He will now be joined by George Davilas as Co-Executive Producer. “Being live plays to Anderson’s strengths, providing immediacy and topicality, which allows us to talk about what is going on in the world,” Noonan said.
Anderson Cooper's Syndicated Talk Show Changes Name And Format
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