<a id="brian-stelter"></a><strong>Brian Stelter</strong><br /><em>Media Reporter at The New York Times</em>

Brian Stelter
Media Reporter at The New York Times

Brian Stelter is a staff reporter for The New York Times. He covers television and digital media for the Business and Arts sections of the newspaper, and is a lead contributor to the Media Decoder blog. His first book, “Top of the Morning,” will be published on April 23. 

In January 2004 Stelter created TVNewser, a blog covering the television news industry. At the time, he was a freshman at Towson University. He sold TVNewser to Mediabistro.com six months later and continued to run it until May 2007, when he graduated from Towson University with a degree in mass communication with a concentration in mass communication. He joined The Times two months later.

Stelter appeared in the 2011 documentary “Page One: Inside The New York Times.” He lives in the West Village of Manhattan with his girlfriend Jamie Shupak, the morning traffic anchor on NY1, the all-news cable channel in New York City. His Web site is http://www.brianstelter.com/.

<a id="dan-fletcher"></a><strong>Dan Fletcher <br /></strong><em>Former Managing Editor at Facebook</em>

Dan Fletcher
Former Managing Editor at Facebook

Dan Fletcher (BSJ ’09) has been named by Forbes one of the “30 under 30″ in Media. Forbes calls him the “social media whiz kid who helps big news organizations wrap their heads around the future.”

As the first social media editor for TIME, Fletcher covered technology for the website and magazine and launched TIME’s NewsFeed site. In 2011, he moved to Bloomberg News and created the editorial social media team for Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Businessweek. After joining Facebook in 2012, Fletcher led the team that created Facebook Stories, an editorial platform to explore the impact of social media around the world. Most recently, he announced that he has left the company to establish his own start-up.