Due to the cancellation of his "Reliable Sources," Brian Stelter will quit CNN.

By David Smith

Aug 18, 2022

The 30-year-old weekly media news programme that Brian Stelter has hosted since 2013 will be cancelled by the network when he leaves his position as CNN's chief media correspondent.

The final "Reliable Sources" episode will air on Sunday, a network representative announced.

Brian Stelter will leave CNN

The spokesman said, "We value his efforts to the network and wish him well as he starts new projects.

Stelter "departs CNN an impeccable broadcaster," according to CNN executive Amy Entelis, who also added that the network is "sure [his team's] impact and influence will long transcend the show"

The cancellation news, which was first reported by NPR, is the first significant reorganisation of the network's programming under Chris Licht's leadership.

In May, the seasoned news producer and television executive took over Jeff Zucker's duties as chairman and chief executive of CNN Worldwide after Zucker was fired by the parent company.

Launched in 1992, "Reliable Sources" examined the week's most significant news items by interviewing journalists, editors, politicians, and public intellectuals about how the news is reported  

The programme frequently examined how the Trump administration was covered in the media while also tackling the economy, misinformation and disinformation,

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Due to the cancellation of his "Reliable Sources," Brian Stelter will quit CNN.