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.

See Carlson's post here at The Atlantic Wire.

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