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Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

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Now more than ever, the press is a part of every story it covers. And CNN's "Reliable Sources" is one of television's only regular programs to examine how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover.

Now more than ever, the press is a part of every story it covers. And CNN's "Reliable Sources" is one of television's only regular programs to examine how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover.
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Now more than ever, the press is a part of every story it covers. And CNN's "Reliable Sources" is one of television's only regular programs to examine how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover.

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@CNNReliable

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Episodes

Why journalists are asking 'Is Trump a racist?'; The White House disputes WSJ's quote; Does Trump really want tougher libel laws?; Optics of Trump's 'stable genius' tour; Oprah 2020: Serious chance or media hype?; Reuters reporters facing prison in Myanma

1/14/2018
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Why journalists are asking 'Is Trump a racist?'; The White House disputes WSJ's quote; Does Trump really want tougher libel laws?; Optics of Trump's 'stable genius' tour; Oprah 2020: Serious chance or media hype?; Reuters reporters facing prison in Myanmar

Duration: 00:39:43


Chris Cillizza gets to "The Point" in a chaotic news week

1/11/2018
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CNN's Chris Cillizza and Brian Stelter discuss Oprah Winfrey's interest in running for president, the reactions to her Golden Globes speech, Trump's "reality show" meetings, and his live-tweeting habits.

Duration: 00:34:47


Bernstein: 'We're in a real constitutional crisis'; Ethics of reporting on Trump's mental fitness; Bannon says he has regrets, but doesn't deny quotes; How did Wolff pull 'Fire and Fury' off?; Wolff's controversial reporting methods; Is Trump clamping dow

1/7/2018
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Bernstein: 'We're in a real constitutional crisis'; Ethics of reporting on Trump's mental fitness; Bannon says he has regrets, but doesn't deny quotes; How did Wolff pull 'Fire and Fury' off?; Wolff's controversial reporting methods; Is Trump clamping down on press access?

Duration: 00:44:34


How did Michael Wolff do it? Did he break journalistic rules?

1/5/2018
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The Atlantic's Michelle Cottle and author David Cay Johnston evaluate the accuracy and ethics of Michael Wolff's reporting in "Fire and Fury: Inside the White House." Cottle wrote a groundbreaking profile of Wolff in 2004 and Johnston has been covering Trump for decades. Johnston's book "It's Even Worse Than You Think" comes out later this month.

Duration: 00:24:23


Highs and lows for journalism in 2017; Biggest questions for Mueller probe in 2018; 'Widening the lens' on harassment reporting; Big tech's role in the 2018 midterms; Top editors divulge 2018 media resolutions

12/31/2017
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Highs and lows for journalism in 2017; Biggest questions for Mueller probe in 2018; 'Widening the lens' on harassment reporting; Big tech's role in the 2018 midterms; Top editors divulge 2018 media resolutions

Duration: 00:44:47


Trump's war on the media, one year in; 2017: An assault on the truth?; How Trump has warped trust in the media; PolitiFact: Trump's Russia claim is 'Lie of the Year'; What top editors learned in 2017

12/24/2017
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Trump's war on the media, one year in; 2017: An assault on the truth?; How Trump has warped trust in the media; PolitiFact: Trump's Russia claim is 'Lie of the Year'; What top editors learned in 2017

Duration: 00:39:34


Special edition: 2017's unforgettable media stories

12/21/2017
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CNN media reporters Brian Stelter, Oliver Darcy, Chloe Melas, Tom Kludt, and Frank Pallotta sit down in New York for this special year-in-review. The team reflects on the biggest media moments of 2017, from the groundbreaking #MeToo movement and Trump's war on the media to the Disney-Fox deal and late-night TV drama.

Duration: 00:37:36


Stelter: The Trump-Fox News feedback loop; Pro-Trump media's war on Mueller; Murdoch-Trump and the Disney-Fox deal; Ex-Fox contributor: 'Fox News will sue me for speaking out today'; Culture changes amid harassment tipping point?; Mexican journalist fears

12/17/2017
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Stelter: The Trump-Fox News feedback loop; Pro-Trump media's war on Mueller; Murdoch-Trump and the Disney-Fox deal; Ex-Fox contributor: 'Fox News will sue me for speaking out today'; Culture changes amid harassment tipping point?; Mexican journalist fears death if deported

Duration: 00:45:32


Will Sommer studies conservative media's stars in the Trump age

12/14/2017
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Will Sommer, campaign editor at The Hill and author of the Right Richter newsletter, speaks with Brian Stelter about how information and narratives spread throughout conservative radio shows, TV shows, web sites and social media feeds. Which columnists and podcasters are on the way up? How much influence do figures like Steve Bannon and sites like Breitbart really have? And what are the common misconceptions about the conservative media landscape?

Duration: 00:31:10


How Moore mastered Trump's anti-media playbook; Is Moore's campaign against the media working?; Bernstein: reporting mistakes are inevitable; Why did newsrooms make so many mistakes this week?; Bernstein: Fox hosts are abetting a cover-up; Sen. Cardin on

12/10/2017
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How Moore mastered Trump's anti-media playbook; Is Moore's campaign against the media working?; Bernstein: reporting mistakes are inevitable; Why did newsrooms make so many mistakes this week?; Bernstein: Fox hosts are abetting a cover-up; Sen. Cardin on Russia's media move, net neutrality; Trump's TV habits causing concern?

Duration: 00:41:28


Margaret Sullivan's travels: Seeing how Alabama media outlets are covering the Moore-Jones race

12/7/2017
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Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan talks with Brian Stelter about Roy Moore's campaign against the media. Sullivan traveled to Alabama for her most recent column about coverage of Moore's race to win an open Senate seat. Sullivan and Stelter discuss anti-media sentiments, the optics of endorsements, responses to the Post's reporting about Moore, and the media habits of voters.

Duration: 00:27:41


ABC criticized over bombshell Ross correction; Are Trump's reckless tweets actually a danger?; Harassment 'tipping point' topples Matt Lauer; Christmas party drama at the White House; Sally Quinn: The First Amendment will survive

12/3/2017
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ABC criticized over bombshell Ross correction; Are Trump's reckless tweets actually a danger?; Harassment 'tipping point' topples Matt Lauer; Christmas party drama at the White House; Sally Quinn: The First Amendment will survive

Duration: 00:41:56


Stelter and Gold on the future of morning TV in the aftermath of Lauer & Rose scandals

12/1/2017
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CNN's Hadas Gold talks with Brian Stelter about the sudden firing of Matt Lauer, one week after Charlier Rose encountered a similar fate at CBS. They discuss what the Lauer story means for NBC and for morning TV at large; how the network handled it internally, who will replace Lauer, and what other stories will be cropping up in the weeks to come.

Duration: 00:32:57


Trump's latest media targets: CNN and Time; Trump's truths, lies and the shades in between; How CBS covered the Charlie Rose scandal; FCC v. DOJ: mixed messages to media moguls; Wardle: Let's retire the phrase 'fake news'

11/26/2017
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Trump's latest media targets: CNN and Time; Trump's truths, lies and the shades in between; How CBS covered the Charlie Rose scandal; FCC v. DOJ: mixed messages to media moguls; Wardle: Let's retire the phrase 'fake news'

Duration: 00:40:29


Anthony Atamanuik on the art of playing Trump on TV

11/22/2017
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Anthony Atamanuik, host of Comedy Central's "The President Show," sits down with Brian Stelter about his physical and mental preparations for impersonating President Trump. He says he studies tapes of Trump's rallies and almost approaches the task like a biographer would.

Duration: 00:38:39


Alabama papers urge voters: 'Reject Roy Moore'; Will Roy Moore's anti-media campaign work?; Why the press is reexamining claims against Trump; Stelter: Trump avoiding TV interviews for 6 months; Head-spinning changes in the media business; Carusone defend

11/19/2017
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Alabama papers urge voters: 'Reject Roy Moore'; Will Roy Moore's anti-media campaign work?; Why the press is reexamining claims against Trump; Stelter: Trump avoiding TV interviews for 6 months; Head-spinning changes in the media business; Carusone defends anti-Hannity ad boycott; The inside story of the Mnuchin photo meme; Atamaniuk: What it takes to impersonate Trump

Duration: 00:41:31


Tracing the roots of conservative skepticism in the media with S.E. Cupp

11/16/2017
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S.E. Cupp, host of "S. E. Cupp Unfiltered" on HLN, tells Brian Stelter that conservative distrust in the media "runs deep." She discusses causes and potential solutions, as outlined in her new op-ed for the CNN Opinion series "Free Press: What's At Stake." Cupp articulates resentments about liberal entertainers, says President Trump has exacerbated conservative skepticism about the news media, and describes how the partisan divide even exists in her family.

Duration: 00:22:18


Why Alabamians don't trust the Post on Moore; Twitter Trump undermining Teleprompter Trump?; Stelter: Trump factor at play in AT&T deal?; Chris Hurst: from newsroom to VA Statehouse; Middle ground lost to 'negative polarization'

11/12/2017
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Why Alabamians don't trust the Post on Moore; Twitter Trump undermining Teleprompter Trump?; Stelter: Trump factor at play in AT&T deal?; Chris Hurst: from newsroom to VA Statehouse; Middle ground lost to 'negative polarization'

Duration: 00:40:21


The Paradise Papers: How following the money is now a collaborative effort

11/9/2017
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New York Times reporter Jesse Drucker tells Brian Stelter about how 95 newsrooms around the world worked together to tackle a massive leak of documents from the law firm Appleby. The effort, known as the "Paradise Papers," was coordinated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Drucker discusses what the bombshell stories tell us about how the wealthiest in the world take advantage of a secretive "parallel system of wealth management and wealth creation," and says...

Duration: 00:25:36


Conway and Stelter spar on air; Do low approval numbers matter for Trump?; Murdoch's media outlets taking aim at Mueller; The 'Weinstein effect' on harassment reporting; What happens when local newsrooms wither?

11/5/2017
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Conway and Stelter spar on air; Do low approval numbers matter for Trump?; Murdoch's media outlets taking aim at Mueller; The 'Weinstein effect' on harassment reporting; What happens when local newsrooms wither?

Duration: 00:46:21

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