Brian Stelter’s debut as host of “Reliable Sources” has been moved back a week to December 8.
No word from CNN on the reason for pushing Stelter’s debut back, but the “Reliable Sources” twitter account tweeted its replacement for this Sunday:
Sunday- @JimAcostaCNN anchors a special hour of CNN Newsroom at 11a ET. Tune in nxt week for the debut of @CNNReliable w/ @brianstelter #CNN
— CNN Reliable Sources (@CNNReliable) November 29, 2013
Stelter was named CNN’s senior media correspondent and host of “Reliable Sources” on November 12 after guest hosting the show frequently over the summer following Howard Kurtz’s exit for Fox News.
His first week on-air for CNN was busy, reporting on both Lara Logan’s leave of absense from “60 Minutes” and the parting of ways between MSNBC and Alec Baldwin.
We’d expect both stories to be on the rundown for his first show hosting next Sunday.