February 22nd, 2015
02:47 PM ET

'Reliable Sources:' February 22, 2015

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Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's claims about "war zone" experience are coming under intense scrutiny. Former CBS news correspondent Eric Engberg disputes several of O'Reilly's claims about his time covering the Falklands War from Argentina.

How do the charges against O'Reilly compare to the allegations levied against NBC's Brian Williams? Will the media response be the same? Brian Stelter speaks with Daily Beast columnist Jeff Greenfield and follows up with Engberg.

With Williams suspended without pay for six months, what does the future hold for the "NBC Nightly News?" "Inside Edition" host Deborah Norville joins Brian Stelter to analyze whether NBC's ratings are holding up with Lester Holt in the anchor chair.

Rudy Giuliani dominated headlines this week for his comments that he believes Obama doesn't love America. CNN commentator Van Jones & former Giuliani speechwriter David Frum explore how media responded.

Are you planning to watch the Oscars? Movie producer & Academy voter Ira Deutchman gives viewers an insider perspective into the voting process.

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February 15th, 2015
03:57 PM ET

'Reliable Sources:' February 15, 2015

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This week was a "shock to the system" for journalists everywhere. Brian Stelter discussed it with the legendary journalist and author Carl Bernstein, then followed up on recent scrutiny of Brian Williams' claims about SEAL Team Six with a former member of the team, Don Mann.

Will Williams be able to return to his "NBC Nightly News" chair? Stelter, Bernstein and former CNN war correspondent Michael Ware weighed in.

NBC News was in turmoil even before the Williams controversy began. Andrew Heyward, a former president of CBS News, provided the perspective of a network news chief.

Jon Stewart was a media critic like no other - so now that he's signing off "The Daily Show," how can he be replaced? John Fugelsang explained what he thinks Comedy Central should be looking for.

On Thursday night, New York Times media columnist David Carr died. Stelter and CNN's own Anthony Bourdain paid tribute to their friend.

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February 9th, 2015
09:26 AM ET
February 1st, 2015
01:38 PM ET

'Reliable Sources:' February 1, 2015

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After 400 days in an Egyptian prison, Al Jazeera correspondent Peter Greste is free. But two of his colleagues remain behind bars. CNN's Ian Lee has the latest from Cairo, and Al Jazeera English managing director Al Anstey has a message for the Egyptian authorities.

Words matter. So why do Obama administration officials and some in the press shy away from labels like "terrorists" and "Islamic terrorism?" Ahmed Shihab-Eldin and SE Cupp weigh in.

The first Super Bowl was televised by NBC and CBS - but neither network has the footage anymore! Jack Whitaker, a play-by-play announcer at that historic game, describes the on- and off-the-field rivalries.

There is one copy of the CBS telecast of Super Bowl I, discovered in a Pennsylvania attic many years ago, but it's in legal limbo. Steven Harwood, who represents the man who found the tape, explains the situation.

The "Fox News Primary" is underway for prospective Republican presidential candidates. How important is it, really? Gabriel Sherman and Matt Lewis offer 2 different points of view.

The future of media is being invented in Silicon Valley - and some of the inventors are pushing their bodies and their minds to the limit, as CNNMoney's Laurie Segall describes in this report, part of her series "Sex, Drugs and Silicon Valley."

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