Brian Stelter interviews Kathy Barnette, who ran in the GOP primary for Senate in Pennsylvania and later blamed Sean Hannity for her loss. Stelter asks Barnette about her relationship with the media and controversies in her past.
Bill Carter and Brian Stelter discuss departures from "SNL" and trends at the annual TV upfronts. With streaming services adding commercials and networks rebooting old shows, media companies are reprising tried and true concepts, Stelter says.
With an exceptional number of negative stories making news, CNN media analyst Bill Carter likens the negativity to long Covid: "Everything is bad and we can't get healthy again." He does come up with one positive point, however.
Philip Bump and Brian Stelter discuss Viktor Orban's praise for Tucker Carlson and "replacement" rhetoric on the right. Plus, Margaret Sullivan shares her observations after spending time in Buffalo following the supermarket mass shooting.
Brian Stelter discusses the billionaires with Philip Bump and Margaret Sullivan of The Washington Post. Plus, Khaya Himmelman of The Dispatch discusses why the government's Disinformation Governance Board was doomed.
CNN's Brian Stelter talks to Business Insider's global editor-in-chief Nicholas Carlson on the website's decision to publish an unnamed accuser's allegation that Elon Musk sexually harassed her in 2016 while working as a SpaceX flight attendant. Musk has denied the claim, tweeting that Tesla is "building a hardcore litigation department."
Chief Media Correspondent and Anchor of Reliable Sources
Brian Stelter is the chief media correspondent for CNN Worldwide and anchor of Reliable Sources, which examines the week's top media stories every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET on CNN/U.S. Stelter reports for CNN Media, and writes a nightly e-newsletter.