🥗 All diets start with a salad foundation

Leigh Fatzinger
3 min readJan 11, 2022

If you find yourself on the phone with me this month, I’ll likely ask what your media consumption resolutions are for 2022.

How we consume media is similar to the USDA’s food pyramid — it requires good balance, different sources, and is ever-changing.

Just as each individual requires something different nutritionally, our information diet also varies from person to person. Dependent not only on your industry, time available and topics of personal significance, we can’t all adhere to the same strict Atkins diet like Rob Lowe.

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Diets go beyond just substance, but also include how and when you consume. Are you someone who spends hours shopping and prepping your cookbook meal? Or do you rely on a meal subscription service for fast, on-the-go nutrition?

Information consumption should be the same way. Journalists produced some thought-provoking investigations last year, from the Facebook files to the Pandora Papers, but most consumers simply lacked the time to follow all the coverage. As vital as the news is, where does it fit in your life? In 2022 we’re continuing our mission to provide the USDA food pyramid of news consumption — a regiment with a short time commitment, but packed with high nutritional value — and high relevance to your specific industry and interests.

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Leigh Fatzinger

Just a guy with a wife, two sons and a dog who likes to tell stories.