Brian Stelter to Depart CNN as ‘Reliable Sources’ Is Canceled


Latest US news Known for hosting the CNN show Reliable Sources and serving as the network’s former top media reporter, Brian Patrick Stelter was born in the United States on September 3, 1985. Stelter began writing about cable news while still a student and then worked for The New York Times as a media writer. 

According to Brian Stelter of NPR, CNN is discontinuing its Sunday media affairs program Reliable Sources, and Stelter himself is leaving the network. The longest-running CNN program is Reliable Sources, which Stelter has presented for the past nine years. In March, the program celebrated its 30th birthday. As a top media reporter for CNN Worldwide, Stelter hosts the enduring series that explores the state of the media.

Brian Stelter to Depart CNN as ‘Reliable Sources’ 

According to Latest US news, on Sunday, August 21st, CNN will stop airing Reliable Sources. Brian Stelter will consequently depart from the business.

We value his efforts to the network and wish him the best as he starts his new ventures, a CNN representative said in a statement. The program, which had been on CNN’s schedule since 1993, was cancel by the network without explanation. 

While cover CNN’s flaws as well, Stelter was respect by former CNN president Jeff Zucker as a devote team member.

Stelter later acknowledge that he slow to grasp the seriousness of the ethical issues raised by Chris Cuomo, a former CNN star, when he counselled his brother, the then-governor of New York, on how to respond to allegations of sexual harassment.

Chris Licht, the new CEO of CNN and a former executive at CBS, has outlined a strategy to restore the network’s reputation as a news source.

Due in part to former President Donald Trump’s constant assaults, but also as a result of the sharp political opinions voiced by its characters, CNN has witnessed a sharp decline in its image among Republican and conservative viewers. The new administration has been attempting to lower the temperature.

  • Stelter joined CNN from The New York Times as the leading media reporter in the country.
  • A weekly program that is broadcast on Sundays, covers the story behind the story, and how the news is created and investigated in the media industry.
  • During the presidency of former President Donald Trump, Stelter increased the frequency and intensity of his regular commentary, chronicling the rhetorical battles over politics, it’s reporting, and even its facts.
  • Stelter, who also addressed CNN’s flaws, was respected by former CNN president Jeff Zucker for being a devoted team member.

A corporate representative acknowledged the end of the program and expressed the network’s best wishes for Stelter’s future pursuits.

  • The Sunday staple “State of the Union” was hosted by Brianna 
  • Keilar, who presently co-anchors “New Day,” on CNN last weekend.
  • At one point, Stelter said, “I’m going to be pulling for this location for the rest of my life.”
  • In the final episode, Stelter and his guests discussed the evolution of media since the show’s debut in 1992 as well as the potential future of the news industry.

Why the change?

The decision to end the channel’s popular show is consistent with Chris Licht, the recently hired CEO, who has prioritized making the channel less divisive politically.

Brianna Keilar, the “New Day” anchor for the network who well known for criticizing Fox News, cease do so once Licht was appoint.

Latest US news “Stelter came to CNN from The New York Times as the nation’s top media reporter. He departs CNN as an impeccable broadcaster.

We are proud of what Brian and his team accomplished years, and confident impact and influence long outlive the show.

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