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The Guy Who is the TechCrunch of TVNews November 20, 2006

Posted by John in Technology.
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Brian Stelt is the TV News equivalent of Silicon Valley’s TechCrunch. 

Mr. Stelter chronicles the gossipy New York-Hollywood television industry from the tiny, leafy campus at Towson, where he is a senior majoring in mass communication (he has a 3.5 grade-point average) and the editor of the student newspaper. He started the blog in 2004 on a whim during winter break, and not long after he was hired by a journalism Web site to keep it going. These days, by 9 a.m. he is awake and blogging, sometimes in class, courtesy of a campuswide Wi-Fi connection, as well as from his apartment, the student union and his cluttered desk in a corner of the newspaper office.

Brian is a great example of a new breed of talent hitting the net.  He also highlights what PodTech is all about… putting new content out for a new generation of consumers. 

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