As part of The Atlantic Wire's series on the media diets of various journalists--what news they consume, and how they consume it--Tucker Carlson has written a summary of his daily news intake.
Carlson's media diet starts with iPhone perusing in bed at 6 a.m. and includes lots of newspapers, plus word-of-mouth ("Lunch is one of my main sources of news. I'll eat with my colleagues or usually with someone I don't work with and pick up tons of news," Carlson writes.) He does not like The New Yorker's politics, but he reads it every week. And he likes fly fishing magazines.