Brian Stelter will Leave the CNN as Network is Dropping its Sunday Show “Reliable Sources”

For the Unversed, Brian Stelter joined CNN from The New York Times in 2013, and has given significant contributions.

According to a CNN spokesperson, the “Reliable Sources” programme will stop on Sunday, August 21, and Brian Stelter will consequently quit the Network.

The Spokesperson thanked him his contributions to the network and wish him luck in his future pursuits.

The Reliable Sources” Show’s team will also be dismantled with eliminating the positions of staffers in the team, right after cancelling the program.

However, the network says they will be offered the chance to apply for new positions at CNN.

One of the largest decisions made by the network under new chairman and CEO Chris Licht, who joined the organisation on May 1, is his departure.

Last Monday, CNN parted ways with legal affairs analyst Jeffrey Toobin, another seasoned figure.

The network has also dismantle programs like Samantha Bee’s “Full Frontal,”

This decision has been taken because Warner Bros. Discovery, CNN’s parent Company is trying to slash costs by $3 billion & is dealing with a heavy debt load after acquiring WarnerMedia