Where Does CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin Get His TV News?

By Merrill Knox 

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CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin, the newest anchor of “Squawk Box,” has a diverse media diet. Sorkin divulges it all — from The Wall Street Journal to Us Weekly, which he reads at the gym — in the Atlantic Wire this week. (He also reveals which websites he reads religiously, and one of them is — you guessed it — TVNewser. Thanks, Andrew!)

On TV at night, I DVR lots of programs – I use it more like a magazine rack flipping through shows than actually watching them in full. Charlie Rose, Meet the Press, 60 Minutes are musts for me. I also DVR NBC’s Nightly News and The Chris Matthews Show on Sunday. I often DVR the other morning shows, like Morning Joe and American Morning, to see how they covered the news while I’m on Squawk Box.

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