He is one of the paper's higest profile reporters – and he's only 27-years-old.
David Carr, who writes a column on media for the paper, once said: "I still can't get over the feeling that Brian Stelter was a robot assembled to destroy me."
Being a hot shot at the Times hasn't earned Stelter any favors with the paper's book reviewers. On April 22, Ed Bark wrote of Stelter's book: " Edible? Yes. Fulfilling? Not quite."
" It’s a breezy read with more than a little overblown prose, some of it just plain silly."
We had Stelter in for an interview, and asked him what it's like to be such a big deal at such a young age – and if the Times review hurt his feelings:
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