Who Are Brian Stelter Children With Wife Jamie Shupak? News Anchor Married And Family Life

Brian Stelter is the host of the CNN program Reliable Sources.

Brian Stelter is a well-known American former TV news anchor who was the chief media correspondent for CNN and host of the CNN program Reliable sources.

He is the editor of TVNewser and a former media reporter for The New York Times.

Brian Stelter married Jamie Shupak in a Jewish ceremony and are raising their children in Shupak's Jewish faith.

Before joining CNN, Brian was a media correspondent for The New York Times. He began reporting on television and online media in 2007 for the newspaper's Business Day and Arts sections.

Brian Stelter Children: Daughter Sunny Ray And Son Story Stelter

Brian Stelter and Jamie Shupak Stelter married on February 22, 2014. The couple was blessed with daughter Sunny Ray in May 2017 and son Story Stelter in August 2019.

Brian Stelter with his son Story Stelter and daughter Moon
Brian Stelter with his son Story Stelter and daughter Moon( Source : Instagram )

Sunny Ray is six years old, and Story Stelter is four years old. Brian announced the birth of his son in a photo he shared on Instagram in August 2019.  Sunny's older sister is "already taking fantastic care of her little brother," Brian said.

The Stelter has been outspoken about their infertility issues and miscarriages. However, Brian's kids are young currently and may be concentrating on their schoolwork.

Brian frequently updates his Instagram account with images of his kids. They appear to be traveling and spending their family time together.

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Brian Stelter Wife: Who Is Jamie Shupak Stelter?

Jamie Stelter is a journalist nominated for an Emmy, and an on-air traffic anchor for NY1 News in New York City. She studied at the University of Maryland and received her degree in 2003. She was born in Philadelphia.

Brian Stelter and his wife Jamie Stelter.
Brian Stelter and his wife Jamie Stelter. ( Source : Foxnews )

Jamie began working as a traffic reporter for News 12 Westchester soon after receiving her degree, and eventually, she advanced to the position of reporter and producer.

After leaving the station in 2008, she worked as a traffic reporter for other news organizations, including WNBC and WTXF-FOX 29.

According to the New York Post, she started working at NY1 News in 2010 and quickly rose to the status of "local cult favorite."

She also started writing a dating column for Complex magazine, where she discussed her encounters with love in New York.

Brian Stelter Is Leaving CNN

CNN announced that Brian would be departing the network, unreliable sources. The program's cancellation comes after Chris Licht, CNN's new chairman, informed staff members that the network's programming was being "retooled."

 Brian Stelter out at CNN as network cancels media show 'Reliable Sources'
Brian Stelter out at CNN as network cancels media show 'Reliable Sources'( Source : Twitter )

The final episode will air on August 24, 2022, and Brian will leave the channel.  According to a CNN representative, "We value Brian's services to the network and wish him well as he embarks on other projects," as quoted in The New York Times.

In a statement, Amy Entelis, executive vice president for talent and program development at CNN, described Brian as "an immaculate broadcaster" who is departing the network.

Brian Stelter Net Worth: How Rich Is He?

Brian Stelter has a net worth of $10 million, according to Explorenetworth.

Stelter began working as a media writer for The New York Times in July 2007, following his graduation from college in May 2007.

According to his business biography, he founded the blog TVNewser during his first year at Towson University and eventually sold it to Mediabistro.com in July 2004.

He was appointed chief media correspondent and the new host of CNN's Reliable Sources in November 2013.

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