Brian Stelter Wiki
Brian Stelter is an American journalist and is the media correspondent for CNN who is the host of the CNN show Reliable Sources. He previously was a media reporter for The New York Times and the editor of TVNewser.
Brian Stelter Biography
He created a blog about television and cable news which he later sold to Mediabistro. He first worked for The New York Times as a media reporter later in July 2007 aged 22, before moving to CNN in November 2013.
Brian Stelter CNN
Brian became the new host of CNN’s Reliable Sources and also senior media correspondent in November 2013. Reliable Sources examines the week’s top media stories every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET on CNN/U.S. They tell the story behind the story; how news is made.
Brian Stelter Age
He was born on 3rd September 1985 in Damascus, Maryland, United States.
Brian Stelter Family
He is the son of Donna and Mark Stelter. He went to Damascus High School, graduating in 2003, and later joined Towson University where he served as editor-in-chief of The Towerlight from 2005 to 2007.
Brian Stelter Wife
Brian has been married to Jamie Shupak Stelter since 2014. Jamie is also a journalist best known for being the NYI morning traffic reporter. The couple has one little daughter, Sunny Ray Stelter who was born on 21 May 2007.
This was after suffering two miscarriages. Brian Stelter was initially dating Nicole Lapin, an American television news anchor, author, and businesswoman but they broke up. The couple plan to raise their children as Jewish.
Brian Stelter Children
Brian has one daughter, Sunny Ray Stelter, who was born in 2007.
Brian Stelter Salary Range
His salary ranges from $92,982 to $202,795 per year.
Brian Stelter Net Worth Range
Brian has a net worth of $10 million as of now.
Brian Stelter Book
Brian has written one book; Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV. The book was first published on April 2013, rough Grand Central Publishing, and centers on the world of morning television. In the book, Stelter discusses several daytime television shows, their hosts, and events that he oversaw while working as a media reporter for The New York Times.
Brian Stelter And Don Lemon
Brian Stelter accused Eric Boiling of using talking points in his boisterous support of President Trump, reminding him that he is not at FOX.
BOILING: We are so hung up on the left-leaning media, let’s call it left-leaning media with Donald Trump, the guy, the person, what he says, what he tweets and not really giving much deference to the fact that yes the economy is ripping. 4.2% GDP growth, well over the 3.7% unemployment. We are getting respect on the global stage again for the first time in not 8 years but probably 32 years.
BRIAN: We all know that’s a bunch of bull. We know those are talking points. People see through them, Eric, you don’t have to do that stuff.
BOLLING: Oh stop it, Brian. It’s not talking points, it’s reality.
It’s 4 — when is the last time you saw 4.2% GDP and 3.7% unemployment? Not in your lifetime. Not in your lifetime.
Brian: Respect on a global stage.
You don’t have to read those lines anymore. You’re not at a FOX anymore, Eric.
BRIAN: You’re not at FOX anymore. You don’t have to read that stuff anymore.
BOLLING: It has nothing to do with FOX. I’m not at FOX anymore. I’m a supporter of a president that finally put America first for the first time in 32 years. Not 8 under President Obama, under Bush, under Clinton. We are stepping forward, putting America first, and guess what’s happening? Our economy is roaring.
Don, more African-Americans working now than ever. Brian, more women working now than ever. And, Doug, more minorities working now than ever.
Brian Stelter TVNewser
TVNewser is a blog about television and cable news which Brian created while still a student at Towson University. He later sold it to Mediabistro.
Brian Stelter And Ted Koppel
Former ABC “Nightline” anchor Ted KoppelCNN’s Brian Stelter to his face on telling the “Reliable Sources” host that “CNN’s ratings would be in the toilet without Donald. Koppel tried to make a point that many media executives admit Trump is good for ratings, as viewers on both sides of the aisle tune in to see the round-the-clock drama unfold.
Below is the exchange they had;
Brian: That means what? If ratings are up, that means what?
Koppel: The ratings are up, it means you can’t do without Donald Trump. You would be lost without Donald Trump.
Brian: Ted, you know that’s not true.
Koppel: CNN’s ratings would be in the toilet without Donald Trump.
Brian: You know that’s not true. You’re playing for laughs.
Koppel: I reject the premise that these networks are making so much money off of Trump.
Brian Stelter Kanye West
Brian on May 2018, attacked Kanye West calling him a gift to racists. This was over remarks Kanye had made. Brian, speaking to Maggie on CNN suggested that what, “West is really doing is bolstering the white supremacist, racist cause.”