Brian Stelter gets new gig!
In June, TGP’s Cristina Laila reported that Brian Stelter’s days were numbered at CNN.
Fake news Stelter was reportedly causing problems and “stirring discontent within the ranks.”
In August, CNN canceled the Sunday media affairs program Reliable Sources this week, as reported by The Gateway Pundit.
The show’s ratings tanked in recent months — and Stelter is now leaving the network.
Stelter hosted the show for nine years — it was the longest-running show on the network.
But fret not, Brian landed on his feet and has a new gig at Harvard.
Stelter, who was wrong on essentially every issue in the last five years, will lecture on “threats to democracy.”
It’s a perfect fit.
The Hill reported:
Brian Stelter, a former CNN host and noted media pundit, is joining Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy.
Stelter will serve as a media and democracy fellow and convene a series of discussions about what the center described as “threats to democracy and the range of potential responses from the news media.”
“These discussions with media leaders, policy makers, politicians, and Kennedy School students, fellows, and faculty will help deepen public and scholarly understanding about the current state of the information ecosystem and its impacts on democratic governance,” the school said in an announcement.
Stelter parted ways with CNN in August as his long-running Sunday show focused on the news media was canceled by new network President Chris Licht.
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