After canceling "Reliable Sources" CNN has reportedly no intentions of reviving a media beat show as CEO Chris Licht molds the network in his vision.
"CNN was news for both sides. Truly fair and balanced. FOX News was never fair and balanced, to be honest, but CNN was a fair and...
"Brian Stelter meant nothing to CNN," said O'Reilly. "He was on once a week. He was a hatchet man and now he's feeling the blade. Karma?...
"[Chris Licht] is the evil corporate butt kisser Frank Hackett from the classic movie "Network" come to life," Olbermann said.
NPR’s Eric Deggans shared concerns about CNN’s more apolitical direction following the cancellation of “Reliable Sources” and the exit of Brian Stelter.
TheWrap reports some names such as Don Lemon and Jim Acosta are expected to stay.
According to Deadline, CNN CEO Chris Licht told employees that more changes are coming and that there may be moves that people don’t agree with.
Stelter called on viewers to hold the media accountable.
Stelter provided a statement to NPR, but the soon-to-be former CNN host went on Twitter to further elaborate on the final “Reliable Sources” on Sunday.
Stigall said most Democrats aren’t tuning into CNN to get their information, commenting on the news regarding Brian Stelter’s exit.