April 6th, 2014
10:15 AM ET

Sneak peek at this Sunday's show

Good morning! Today on "Reliable Sources," we'll have an update on the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, then turn to the biggest media stories of the week.

I feel like I spent all week covering the revolving door of television, between Josh Elliott's defection from ABC to NBC and David Letterman's retirement announcement. So on today's show, Deborah Norville, the host of "Inside Edition," will join me to talk about both. (Here's a preview.)

I'll also bring in two CNN political analysts, Ben Ferguson and Marc Lamont Hill, to assess this week's Red News, Blue News: the Obamacare enrollment deadline.

And I'll speak with CNN's Carol Costello, who wrote this thought-provoking op-ed about how the media treats people when tragedy strikes.

At the end of today's program, I'll introduce a new segment, Show Me A Story, featuring some of the most striking news photographs of the week. Let me know what you think of it.

By the way, we've had to hold a couple of other segments we prepared - one with Maggie Haberman, another with Miles O'Brien - due to time constraints, so we'll share those on CNN.com. We'll post the links here later today.

See you at 11 a.m. Eastern time!


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  1. DJ Johnny

    I really appreciate that you addressed this topic. It's a fine line that should be treated with the same respect one deserves, as they stand at the grave of their lost one. Empathy, tactful discretion and fundamental storytelling , will deliver the compelling perspective of a tragedy that generates viewers.

    April 6, 2014 at 12:48 pm | Reply
  2. R Palmr

    Regarding Flight 370. I think it is very strange and that no one brought it up. My question is "In all the hours that plane was going in the wrong direction, not one person tried to call their family or friends. I believe they were being threatened to be killed if they used their phones or text.

    April 6, 2014 at 11:58 am | Reply

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