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Brian Stelter to Leave CNN After Cancellation of ‘Reliable Sources’

Brian Stelter in 2017


Updated August 18, 2022

CNN’s chief media correspondent Brian Stelter is leaving the company, and the network will cancel the 30-year-old weekly media news show that he has hosted since 2013.

Sunday’s episode of “Reliable Sources” will be the last, network spokesman Matt Dornic said. “We appreciate his contributions to the network and wish him well as he embarks on new endeavors,” he added.

CNN executive Amy Entelis, in a separate statement, said that Stelter “departs CNN an impeccable broadcaster” and that the company is “confident [his team’s] impact and influence will long outlive the show.”

The cancellation news, which was first reported by NPR, is the first major programming shake-up under the management of new network boss Chris Licht. The veteran news producer and television executive began serving as chairman and chief executive of CNN Worldwide in May, replacing Jeff Zucker, who was pushed out by parent company management in February.

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