Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson parked mobile billboard trucks in front of several mainstream media outlets with a simple, powerful message.

The message on the trucks read: “Corporate Media Is Dead.”

Carlson parked the trucks outside the headquarters of The New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, and The Washington Post.

Carlson posted the images on Tucker Carlson Network’s X account, the political commentator’s new streaming platform.

“The corporate media lied too much. And it killed them,” Carlson said in a video premiering his new streaming platform.


“Tucker Carlson lashes out at big news companies and plants billboards at HQs of NYTimes, CNN, MSNBC and the Washington Post with ‘corporate media is dead’ emblazoned, as he launches his OWN steaming service,” Donald Trump Jr. wrote.

Carlson spoke with the Daily Mail in an exclusive interview and said top news organizations ‘know they’re doomed.’

“And on some level, they know they’re doomed, which is why they’re hysterical. The era of dominance by a few big media companies, the era of total control over all information by you know, nine people, that’s done,” Carlson told Daily Mail.

Per Daily Mail:

And to make sure the message is clear he organized mobile billboard trucks with his image on the sides, emblazoned with ‘corporate media is dead,’ parked outside of the HQs of MSNBC, CNN, The Washington Post and The New York Times in Washington and Manhattan.

Fans are being encouraged to can sign up on his site for $72-a-year to access the ‘exclusive content’ with a ‘limited time offer’ to ‘become a founding member.’

The former host of Tucker Carlson Tonight was sacked shortly after Fox settled a $1.6billion lawsuit with Dominion and the feisty broadcaster used his announcement to target several networks and news outlets – warning that they are ‘dying’.

Tucker, 54, told ‘It’s important. We’re not doing it not doing it out of cruelty and hope we’re not rubbing this in anyone’s face or making the people who still work there feel bad, but they’re doomed.’

‘It’s done because they misused their monopoly. You need new institutions to fill that smoking crater left by lying news organizations.’

And by new institutions, he’s referring to his own subscription service called The Tucker Carlson Network.


It comes seven months after he was sacked from Fox News days after the network was forced to pay out $787million in the Dominion defamation lawsuit.

Since then, Carlson has been uploading his interviews with divisive figures like Andrew Tate and Viktor Orban on X – formerly known as Twitter.

Carlson went on to criticize the New York Times by saying the organization has ‘no moral authority remaining’ and believes that NBC News will be dead in ten years.

Carlson unveiled his streaming platform Monday on X with this video message:

Infowars host Owen Shroyer joined Carlson for an interview on the new platform this week.


On Thursday, Carlson aired the first episode of “Ask Tucker”:

“Tucker Carlson Network is the new streaming platform that is home to exclusive all-new content from Tucker Carlson. We will regularly be releasing new video content that tells the stories that matter and helps you make sense of the world around you,” Tucker Carlson Network writes on its website.

“News coverage in the West has become a tool of repression and control. Reporters no longer reveal essential information to the public; they work to hide it. Journalists act as censors on behalf of entrenched power. They have contempt for the public. They hate the truth,” it continues.

“There’s only one solution to a propaganda spiral like the one we’re living through, and it’s telling the truth about the things that matter — clearly and without fear. That’s our job. We plan to do it every day, no matter what,” it adds.

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