After 15 years as the host of the program, Howard Kurtz signed off from CNN’s “Reliable Sources” today. At the end of the program Kurtz looked back at some of the its most memorable and important moments
“I havent changed, and I will be continuing my independent brand of media criticism [at Fox News],” Kurtz said. “As for CNN, I am happy to report that ‘Reliable Sources’ will continue with the full support of Turner Broadcasting chairman Phil Kent, and [CNN] chief executive Jeff Zucker. I want to wish the network that has been my home for more than two decades, all the best.”
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