Brian Stalter will leaving CNN after Reliable Sources canceled
Brian Patrick Stelter is an American former TV news anchor who was the chief media correspondent for CNN.
Brian Stelter was born on 3 September, 1985 in Damascus, Maryland, United States.
Brian Stelter attended Damascus High School and graduating in 2003.
Brian Stelter served as editor-in-chief of “The Towerlight” is the online independent student newspaper at Towson University from 2005 to 2007.
Stelter while a student, he created TVNewser, a blog about television and cable news which he later sold to Mediabistro and became a part of the Adweek blog network.
On 22 February 2014, Stelter married Jamie Shupak, a traffic anchor for NY1. The couple have a daughter born in May 2017 and a son born in August 2019.
In July 2007, Stelter joined “The New York Times” as a media reporter. In Nov 2013, he became the new host of CNN’s “Reliable Sources” and also chief media correspondent.
“Reliable Sources” is an American Sunday morning talk show on the cable/ satellite news network CNN that focuses on the analysis of the American news media. The Brian Stelter host the show’s.
Reliable sources, was initially created to analyze the media’s coverage of the Persian Gulf War but over the period of time it covered many other events and internal media stories.
On 18 August 2022, CNN canceled Sunday media affairs show “Reliable Sources”, so Brian Stelter announced his departure from the network after its final episode of the program will air on 21 August 2022.