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Last week when Anderson Cooper unveiled his serene-looking new website for his forthcoming talk show, the lingering "is-he-the-next-Oprah?" comparisons began anew. Today, The Hollywood Reporter adds more fuel to the fire: Anderson will be executive produced by the same woman who oversaw Oprah for 15 years, Lisa Morin. She'll be joining Good Morning America's Jim Murphy and Cooper himself to oversee a show that's being described by its backers as a "truly multi-dimensional" experience tailored "to capitalize on Anderson's broad range." As we've learned from watching his CNN 360 show over the last year, that range can be pretty broad indeed.

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