CNN's senior media correspondent and host of @CNNReliable. Formerly @nytimes, @tvnewser and Top of the Morning. Email: bstelter@gmail.com

Gawker's Nick Denton promises 'second act' for gossip site

wdsu.com — Nick Denton says "Gawker's growing up." The founder and self-described "guardian of the editorial ethos" of Gawker sought to turn the page after it published a controversial article that led to the most embarrassing 10-day period in the site's history. "The company is no longer the fly-by-night blog shop that it was," Denton said on CNN's "Reliable Sources."

Gawker's Nick Denton promises 'second act' for gossip site

money.cnn.com — The founder and self-described "guardian of the editorial ethos" of Gawker sought to turn the page after it published a controversial article that led to the most embarrassing 10-day period in the site's history. "The company is no longer the fly-by-night blog shop that it was," Denton said on CNN's "Reliable Sources."
Jul 27, 2015

RT @brianstelter: This weekend @tcraggs22 declined my interview request -- "Wouldn't want to interrupt Nick's victory lap" cnnmon.ie/1OIZvlW

Jul 26, 2015

RT @brianstelter: Nick Denton says "Gawker's growing up." Here's my end-of-the-day story for @CNNMoney: cnnmon.ie/1OIZvlW

Jul 26, 2015

This weekend @tcraggs22 declined my interview request -- "Wouldn't want to interrupt Nick's victory lap" cnnmon.ie/1OIZvlW

Jul 26, 2015

RT @brianstelter: This weekend @tcraggs22 declined my interview request -- "Wouldn't want to interrupt Nick's victory lap" cnnmon.ie/1OIZvlW

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RNC: Knock off the name calling

wlwt.com — The Republican National Committee has a message for candidates like Donald Trump: No more name-calling. That's what the party's chief strategist and communications director Sean Spicer said on CNN's "Reliable Sources" on Sunday. "I understand it's going to be the nature of any primary for folks to discuss the differences between themselves on policy issues, and I think that's fine," Spicer said.

RNC: Knock off the name calling

wlky.com — The Republican National Committee has a message for candidates like Donald Trump: No more name-calling. That's what the party's chief strategist and communications director Sean Spicer said on CNN's "Reliable Sources" on Sunday. "I understand it's going to be the nature of any primary for folks to discuss the differences between themselves on policy issues, and I think that's fine," Spicer said.

RNC: Knock off the name calling

kmbc.com — The Republican National Committee has a message for candidates like Donald Trump: No more name-calling. That's what the party's chief strategist and communications director Sean Spicer said on CNN's "Reliable Sources" on Sunday. "I understand it's going to be the nature of any primary for folks to discuss the differences between themselves on policy issues, and I think that's fine," Spicer said.

RNC: Knock off the name calling

wdsu.com — The Republican National Committee has a message for candidates like Donald Trump: No more name-calling. That's what the party's chief strategist and communications director Sean Spicer said on CNN's "Reliable Sources" on Sunday. "I understand it's going to be the nature of any primary for folks to discuss the differences between themselves on policy issues, and I think that's fine," Spicer said.

RNC: Trump needs to knock off the name calling

cnn.com — That's what the party's chief strategist and communications director Sean Spicer said on CNN's "Reliable Sources" on Sunday. "I understand it's going to be the nature of any primary for folks to discuss the differences between themselves on policy issues, and I think that's fine," Spicer said.

'Arrested Development' creates writers room to plot more episodes

ksat.com — NEW YORK - Most of the time, new seasons of TV shows are plotted and created based on a specific number of episodes ordered by a network. But what if the number of ideas for the new season dictated the number of episodes instead of the other way around?

'Arrested Development' creates writers room to plot more episodes

money.cnn.com — But what if the number of ideas for the new season dictated the number of episodes instead of the other way around? That's how the creators of "Arrested Development" are trying to craft a new season, the show's executive producer Brian Grazer told CNNMoney in a recent interview.
Jul 24, 2015

"Arrested Development" fans, I have an important update for you about the next season of the show: cnnmon.ie/1MNkYsD

Jul 24, 2015

RT @brianstelter: "Arrested Development" fans, I have an important update for you about the next season of the show: cnnmon.ie/1MNkYsD

Jul 24, 2015

Grazer on future of @ArrestedDev: "Mitch Hurwitz is creating a writer's room right now" cnnmon.ie/1CVFMyg

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'Arrested Development' creates writers room to plot more episodes

wdsu.com — Most of the time, new seasons of TV shows are plotted and created based on a specific number of episodes ordered by a network. But what if the number of ideas for the new season dictated the number of episodes instead of the other way around? That's ho...
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Jul 27, 2015

RT @speechboy71: I would like to reiterate that the Michael Cohen who is Donald Trump's top advisor IS NOT ME

Jul 27, 2015

RT @CNNReliable: Video from Sunday's show: the @GOP's @SeanSpicer defends controversial "top 10 candidates" debate criteria cnn.it/1S8xM3B

Jul 27, 2015

.@AlRoker's producing 3 shows on @AppMeerkat. "It's sort of like radio in the 1920’s. Why not take a shot at it?" variety.com/2015/tv/news/a…

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