/// Information Diet: Kenny Mayne
Age 43 Accomplishments Host of Kenny Mayne's Wider World of Sports on ESPN.com; weekly comtributor to Sunday NFL Countdown Base Seattle What’s the first information you consume in the morning? First thing I do is look at email—company email—and figure out what problems I’m beset with. By the time it’s 9 a.m. in Seattle it’s noon out East, and I’m already behind it. So I work on trying to eliminate the 10,000 ESPN emails. It’s about a 40-minute job every day. God love ‘em, but they overwhelm me with physical information. What occupies your mind in the car, on the subway, train or bus? If I’m by myself, I might catch up on some sports talk. But I’ll bore my kids more with NPR, or I’ll make my daughters listen to my iPhone and my kind of music. There’s usually a little fight, and we’ll have to listen to One Direction or maybe Justin Bieber , although I’m a fan of his. I think he’s pretty talented, and I respect what he’s doing. Are you a TV junkie or on an airtime-restricted diet?
Information Diet: Kenny Mayne
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