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'Anderson' Sweepstakes







Anderson Cooper Giving Facebook Fans Chance To Win Tickets To Live Talk Show



By Kris HoltAugust 25, 2011 -- 6:01 pm EST



Anderson Cooper is giving you the chance to attend a taping of his new daytime talk show “Anderson” through a sweepstakes on Facebook.



The talk show, which premieres on Sept. 12, will cover a wide range of topics from social issues and pop culture to human interest and events. The winner of the sweepstakes will receive round trip airfare for 2 to New York City, 2 nights in a hotel and tickets to attend the taping. The winner will also have the chance to meet Cooper and the team behind the new show.



To enter, you will have to Like the “Anderson” Facebook Page and then fill out your details in the form. You can check out the contest rules here.



Meanwhile, if you see Cooper being featured in a magazine article or ad, you might be able to have a photo of you added to the Spot Anderson photo album on Facebook. All you have to do is take a photo of yourself with the image of Cooper and tweet the photo using the #SpotAnderson hashtag






'Anderson' Ad Is Intense



August 25, 2011




Anderson Cooper's Intense New Times Square Ad (VIDEO)



First Posted: 8/25/11 -- 03:51 PM ET | Updated: 8/25/11 -- 04:11 PM ET




Anderson Cooper is the subject of what might be one of the most intense Times Square ads we've ever seen.



What's so intense? Well, the ad for Cooper's new talk show is a giant, moving LCD display that takes up a big chunk of turf, with lots of changing colors and multiple shots of a towering version of Cooper. Plus, there's a very tall, regular non-moving billboard perched on top of this behemoth.



Any bets on how much this whole thing cost? Of course, Cooper's other commercials feature him doing little things like, say, biking around the entire city, so there's a large-scale pattern here.



(The show, of course, starts Sep. 12.)



WATCH:



Anderson in Times Square