(April 14, 2011 – New York, NY) – “Anderson,” the new, one-hour daily strip hosted by Anderson Cooper, debuting on September 12, 2011, will originate from Jazz at Lincoln Center’s The Allen Room, located at Time Warner Center in Manhattan. The announcement was made today by Hilary Estey McLoughlin, President, Telepictures Productions. Jazz at Lincoln Center’s The Allen Room is a truly unique setting with views through a 50-by-90-foot floor-to-ceiling glass wall overlooking Central Park, providing viewers with a direct link to the pulse of New York City. Being located in Columbus Circle, one of Manhattan’s most well known destinations, will allow Anderson to frequently take to the streets, talking with people and making the most of the energy of the city. “Jazz at Lincoln Center’s The Allen Room has one of New York City's most extraordinary backdrops -- Central Park and the Manhattan skyline -- providing a totally authentic and fresh environment and energy that reflects the sensibility of Anderson and the show," said Estey McLoughlin. “We didn't want a cookie cutter show in a traditional studio. It has always been our goal to create a distinctive program and to immediately differentiate ‘Anderson’ in the daytime television landscape.” “It is an amazing space, and I am really excited to be taping the show there,” said Anderson Cooper. “It is a beautiful theater, and totally unique. It allows me to have great interaction with the studio audience and great access to the streets and people of New York.” “We are thrilled to welcome Telepictures’ new program, 'Anderson,' to the home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, broadcast from one of our venues, The Allen Room, with its spectacular views across New York,” said Adrian Ellis, Executive Director, Jazz at Lincoln Center. Anderson will create a daily destination for multiple generations of women looking to be informed and entertained, gain perspective, have a voice and stay connected to each other and the world around them. Anderson will address water cooler topics from the big celebrity interview one day to the personal story behind the headlines the next. From undercover investigations to hidden camera experiments, the show will give the audience new perspective in an effort to gain insight into relevant issues and social trends affecting women’s lives. The series will be based in New York City and produced by Telepictures Productions in association with StrongChild Productions and Anderson and Jim Murphy will serve as Executive Producers. Jazz at Lincoln Center opened its new home, Frederick P. Rose Hall, to critical acclaim in October 2004. Frederick P. Rose Hall is the world's first performing arts center designed specifically for jazz education, performance, and broadcast. The highly flexible multi-room facility allows new forms of interaction between the audience and musicians, and creates an experience informed by the unique sound, function, and feeling of jazz. Frederick P. Rose Hall also accommodates other art forms such as opera, dance, theater, symphony, film and more. The components of the 100,000 square foot performing arts center include Rose Theater, The Allen Room, Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, The Irene Diamond Education Center (with the education, rehearsal and recording studio, the Edward John Noble Foundation Studio and the Louis Armstrong Classroom), and the Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame.