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Did Roger Goodell save his job? Anthony Weiner on why the public doesn't trust the media; the ethical challenges for journalists in reporting on ISIS propaganda videos

Did Roger Goodell save his job? Anthony Weiner on why the public doesn't trust the media; the ethical challenges for journalists in reporting on ISIS propaganda videos

August 2nd, 2014
05:53 PM ET

Preview: Glenn Beck on 'Reliable Sources'

Don't miss Brian Stelter's interview with Glenn Beck on "Reliable Sources," Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern time on CNN. The above video is a preview of the conversation, which took place at Beck's corporate headquarters in Irving, Texas.

And here's a sneak peek at the rest of the show. Tune in at 11 a.m.!


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August 2nd, 2014
11:02 AM ET

Sneak peek at this Sunday's show - 8/3, 11am

Hope you're having a good weekend. Sunday morning on "Reliable Sources," we'll have the very latest information on the ongoing conflict in the Middle East. And we'll show part of my wide-ranging interview with one of the most captivating and controversial figures in the media: Glenn Beck.

IMG_5366When I visited Beck's corporate headquarters in Irving, Texas (to the right is a photo of the entrance to his studio), we also talked about his appreciation of history, his time at Fox News, his observation that he played a role in "helping tear the country apart," his evolution as a radio and television host, and the growth of his media empire. (Forbes magazine says Beck and his company earn $90 million a year.)

Check out a preview of the interview here.

I'll also talk with several guests about the media war over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Rula Jebreal, the former MSNBC contributor who was on the show last week, will be back, alongside Elliott Abrams, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow who formerly served in the Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush administrations.

Benjamin Wallace-Wells, a staff writer at New York magazine, will also join me - he recently wrote that "American audiences are seeing the story of the conflict, perhaps more than ever before, through Palestinian eyes."

See you at 11 a.m. (Eastern time) Sunday, and let me know what you think of the show! I read the comments here, and I'm reachable on Twitter and Facebook.

–Brian


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