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The Daily Caller
Tucker Carlson and Co.’s political reporting startup
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — “My politics are relatively well known,” conservative media personality Tucker Carlson told CJR in February of 2010, not long after he and former Dick Cheney aide Neil Patel launched political news site The Daily Caller. “But this site is not a pure distillation of my politics. My views are not interesting enough to sustain the company we’re building.”
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Revenue Sources, other: Direct ad sales, primarily in the issue advocacy market, and various ad networks.
Principal Staff: Tucker Carlson, editor-in-chief; Neil Patel, publisher and CEO; Megan Mulligan, executive editor.
Affiliations: Content syndicated to Yahoo! News; private investment of $3 million from Foster Friess.
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03/02/10: Carlson Calling - Tucker Carlson talks about his new online enterprise - Greg Marx
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