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Brian Stelter

New York Times media reporter

Brian Stelter appears in the following:

Time Warner Cable vs. CBS

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Brian StelterNew York Times media reporter and author of Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, explains how the ongoing CBS blackout on Time Warner Cable could be resolved, and how the dispute will impact the fall TV season.

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A TMZ Approach to Local TV News

Friday, July 12, 2013

A new tv news show launched in New Jersey this week, called Chasing NJ. It’s supposed to revolutionize local news by modelling it after syndicated celebrity-gossip show TMZ. Chasing NJ has already sparked outcry from Jersey politicians who want the FCC to rescind the license of its broadcast station, WWOR. Bob talks to the Brian Stelter of the New York Times about the new show.

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Brian Stelter on the Cutthroat World of Morning TV

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Brian Stelter, New York Times media reporter and author of the new book Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, discusses his book about the battle between Good Morning America and The Today Show, and the role of these morning shows in the national media landscape.

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The End of Television on the Television

Thursday, April 11, 2013

"Game of Thrones" has set an illegal download record, and HBO seems OK with it. Aero is letting subscribers watch live television on their computers, much to the chagrin of the networks. And the highly anticipated come-back season of "Arrested Development" will launch next month, not on television, but via Netflix. Is the era of TV over with?

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More Reasons to Cancel Cable

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

As Netflix rolls out original programming like "House of Cards," it's taken the spotlight as a competitor to traditional cable networks.  Soon however,  the network will have additional competition from the likes of Amazon and Microsoft's X-box, as well as other providers. 
Brian Stelter, media reporter for our partner The New York Times, says that online programming is likely the future of television -- and that cable networks should be wary.

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Al Jazeera Buys Current TV

Friday, January 04, 2013

Brian Stelter, New York Times reporter and author of the Media Decoder column, discusses Al Jazeera's purchase of Current TV and its future presence on American television.

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Hurricane Sandy Approaches Delaware Coast

Monday, October 29, 2012

It's almost too late for real storm preparation in much of the east coast as Hurricane Sandy approaches. Brian Stelter, reporter for our partner The New York Times is in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

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The End of the Cable Package

Monday, July 16, 2012

Cable subscribers are paying for the shows they watch — and many they don't watch, too. 'À la carte' pricing could change all that.

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CNN and Fox Drop the Ball on Reporting Health Care Ruling

Friday, June 29, 2012

The top court upheld the health care law Thursday, but initial reports from Fox and CNN outside the Supreme Court said the mandate had been overturned. What went wrong?

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Comcast's Big Change

Friday, May 18, 2012

This week, Comcast, the largest provider of cable and internet in the country, started charging for broadband using a tiered data plan - much like wireless carriers currently do. This move is not likely to affect many people right now, but as The New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter tells Brooke, Comcast might be preparing its subscribers for the future of internet pricing.

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Hulu Shakes Up TV Advertising

Monday, April 23, 2012

Every year cable channels and network broadcasters hold "upfronts," where they pitch advertisers on their new shows. Hulu, the online service that streams network TV programming, is pitching its own original programming this year, competing with the very stations it relies on. Brian Stelter, media reporter for our partner The New York Times, joins us to discuss how TV will fare in the age of the Internet.

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Bleep No More?

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

The Supreme Court hears arguments today that the FCC's on-air indecency fines violate the U.S. Constitution – and the resulting decision could have a major impact on radio and TV broadcasters. Today, New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter joins us to discuss the events that have led up to the case (FCC v. Fox Television Stations) and the potential for primetime profanity ahead. And John Eggerton, Washington bureau chief for Broadcasting and Cable Magazine, tells us about this morning's arguments.

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Primetime News

Friday, July 29, 2011

CNN's Piers Morgan is facing questions about his time as a News of the World editor, Fox's Roger Ailes has been dining with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Rev. Al Sharpton is stepping into Keith Olbermann's old slot on MSNBC. Brian Stelter, media reporter for the New York Times, and Ellis Cose, contributing columnist at Newsweek and author of The End of Anger: A New Generation's Take on Race and Rage, discuss the latest in primetime television news.

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Primetime News: Sharpton as Olbermann, Morgan and Murdoch, Ailes and Christie

Friday, July 29, 2011

CNN's Piers Morgan is facing questions about his time as a News of the World editor, Fox's Roger Ailes has been dining with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Rev. Al Sharpton is stepping into Keith Olbermann's old slot on MSNBC. Brian Stelter, media reporter for the New York Times, and Ellis Cose, contributing columnist at Newsweek and author of The End of Anger: A New Generation's Take on Race and Rage, discuss the latest in primetime television news.

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'News Of The World' Hacking Victim Speaks Out

Friday, July 08, 2011

The media giant News Corp. announced yesterday that it would close its most successful tabloid paper, News of the Worldover claims its journalists hacked the private phones of celebrities, crime victims, bereaved military families and people involved up in the 2005 London bombings — a terrorist attack that killed 52 people.

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Casey Anthony Trial: A Landmark Case for the Media

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

After deliberating for 10 hours yesterday, the jury in the Casey Anthony trial reached a not guilty verdict. The Florida mother was accused of killing her two-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. Ultimately, jurors rejected the prosecution's allegations that Anthony had suffocated her daughter with duct-tape and dumped her body in a wooded area. The case captivated the nation for three years and the methods news outlets used to cover the trial may have permanently changed they way the media will report on high-profile court cases in the future.

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A Year Inside the New York Times

Monday, June 13, 2011

Andrew Rossi, director of “Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times,” and New York Times writer Brian Stelter and editor Bruce Headlam, both featured in the documentary, talk about the transformation of the media industry as the Internet is surpassing print as our main news source and newspapers are going bankrupt. In the tradition of fly-on-the-wall documentaries, the film shows the inner workings of the New York Times newsroom and the Media Desk. “Page One” opens at the new theater at Lincoln Center and at the Angelika Film Center on June 17.

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Tornado-Ravaged Joplin, Mo. Begins Cleanup

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

On Sunday a deadly tornado devastated Joplin, Missouri; in its wake, a six mile path of destruction and at least 116 people dead. Today its people begin to survey the damage, as rescue efforts for those potentially trapped in the rubble continues. Brian Stelter has been reporting on the disaster for The New York Times.

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On Call: How the National Guard Prepares for Flash Disaster

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

When national disaster strikes, it is often members of the National Guard who are tasked with the major search, rescue and relief efforts for victims on the ground. But how do they prepare for devastation like that left in the wake of Sunday's deadly tornado in Joplin, Missouri? For more on the relief efforts, and the rigorous training that goes into it, we speak with Major Tammy Spicer, Missouri National Guard State Public Affairs Officer.

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Users Watch FCC's Moves on Net Neutrality

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Today the Federal Communications Commission will announce new rules for how service providers filter the spectrum of websites to their consumers. The issue of net neutrality has drawn passionate debate from all sides, including consumers who want equal access to all corners of the Internet, and companies that want to drive those consumers to their own services first. Brian Stelter, reporter for the Media Decoder blog at our partner The New York Times, weighs in on the FCC's new net neutrality regulations, and what they might mean for the future of the Internet.

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