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While still a student, he created TVNewser, a blog about television and cable news which he later sold to Mediabistro.

Stelter graduated Towson in May 2007, and joined The New York Times as a media reporter later in July of that year.

greatly expanding the role at the network previously held by Howard Kurtz.

Stelter is featured prominently in the 2011 documentary Page One: Inside the New York Times.

has glimmers of hope, and the LAT will remake itself, with blogs.

followed by Towson University where he served as editor-in-chief of The Towerlight from 2005 to 2007.

Stelter, who has three televisions in his living room, has done the improbable: He has alchemized TV fanboyism into an actual career on television.“This is a guy who's been trying to go through the screen of the TV set since he was ten-years-old,” says Stelter’s . “The goal of The Nintendo Project is to present the future, as it happens. Napoli, who remains a friend, describes him as an earnest guy, not a climber, “just genuinely that kid who memorizes the baseball scores because he loves baseball so much.” Except not baseball, but screens.

In 1996, at age 11, he started a fan site dedicated to “reporting” on the young adult scary-story series. “He's so intrigued by that video world,” says Napoli.

NY1’s perky traffic reporter was seen getting cozy with Times media reporter Brian Stelter on a corner outside.

“Page One” star Stelter, moving on from a fling with CNBC’s Nicole Lapin, seemed to be eating up the attention.