Anne Curry 'wasn't good at job'
In it, he explains how NBC's "Today" show finally gave up a 15-year ratings winnings streak against ABC's "Good Morning America."
We had Stelter in for an interview and asked him who deserves the blame for the loss.
He said NBC executives, who let the show "get stale" amidst its winning streak.
He also said fired co-host Anne Curry didn't help.
"She wasn't good at the job."