Featured on Mashable and in New York Magazine's Grub Street, Shupak showcases her culinary talents, tailored to her meat- and dairy-free diet.She currently resides in Manhattan with her fiancé, senior media correspondent for CNN and host of "Reliable Sources" Brian Stelter.writer, about the experience of soliciting tech-world venture capital for his own tech publication.
When was filmed, he was quite heavy; by the time of its premiere, he’d slimmed down dramatically, which he’d done while chronicling everything he ate and his weight on a public Twitter account.
(He also wrote a piece for the on the subject, and was rumored to be interested in writing a book on it.) He brought CNBC’s Nicole Lapin as his date to the movie’s premiere; the pair posed delightedly for pictures and Page Six wrote up their romance.
But his relationship to his subject always appeared more borne of love than the skepticism that can often seem to animate other beat reporters.
Stelter has been writing about television since he was an undergrad at Towson University.
Shupak, a news Emmy nominee, can be seen every weekday morning from 5 a.m. She has been the subject of profiles in The New York Times and the New York Post, the latter of which dubbed her the "Trans-It Girl." The New York Observer named her one of the media's top 50 "power bachelorettes" while she was the dating columnist for Complex magazine, penning her advice for single men and women everywhere on a weekly basis.