Tune in to "Reliable Sources" this Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern! Here's a preview from the program's host Brian Stelter:
Everywhere you look, the media's looking back at all of the biggest stories of the year. On "Reliable Sources" on Sunday, I'll be doing something a little different: looking back at all the changes in the media and technology worlds. Right now I'm sorting all of the possible stories (Edward Snowden's leaks, Rupert Murdoch's break-up of his News Corporation and Twitter's initial public offering, just to name a few) into four categories: politics, privacy, business, and culture.
What media headlines would you nominate for each category? Add a comment to this post and I'll try to include the headlines on the program.
For the media year-in-review, I'll be joined by Rosie Gray of Buzzfeed, Christina Warren of Mashable, Hunter Walker of Talking Points Memo, and David Folkenflik of NPR.
After we run through the year's headlines, I'll preview a television tradition - New Year's Eve in Times Square - with three people who are there every year: Ryan Seacrest, Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin. Interviewing Griffin is hopefully the closest I'll come to being hazed at CNN.
See you Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern!