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Jennifer Hsu

Video Producer

Jennifer Hsu appears in the following:

Mark Bittman is thinking outside the (cereal) box for breakfast

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

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Mark Bittman had one thought on breakfast: YAWNNN! So he decided to shake things up and started serving up breakfast items you would more closely associate with dinner. Things like black olives, miso, dried tomatoes, bok choy, and roasted carrots. Mark Bittman joins us with a stirring defense for serving wheat berries with soy sauce.

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Take Two: Soap operas about safe sex...on a cellphone near you

Friday, February 13, 2009

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Today in Take Two, a new video series where we go behind-the-scenes with The Takeaway's hosts, John Hockenberry pulls out his iPhone to watch a little safe-sex soap opera, while WNYC healthcare reporter Fred Mogul explores some of this new project's finer points.

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Sex ed goes mobile and melodramatic
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More from Bill Weihl, Google's Green Energy Czar

Thursday, February 05, 2009

How much energy does a Google search take?



The future of geothermal energy



The future of high-altitude wind energy



The future of solar thermal energy

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Google's search: It's all about energy

Thursday, February 05, 2009


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The little black box that reveals your energy-guzzling ways

Thursday, February 05, 2009


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For the algae company Bionavitas, one problem solved for making biofuels

Tuesday, February 03, 2009


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John Hockenberry, powered by biofuel

Tuesday, February 03, 2009



The Takeaway is on a Power Trip, taking an in-depth look at the future of energy: technologies, ideas, innovators, and your stories about the one thing that you won't give up to save energy.

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Welcome to the World Economic Forum, please leave a message

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

A message from the welcoming committee at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

For the actual news from Davos, listen to our segment with the New York Times' Andrew Ross Sorkin.

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Behind the scenes with the first gay and lesbian band to march in a presidential inauguration parade

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

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Introducing The Wire: Connecting Takeaway listeners to the streets of D.C. on Inauguration Day

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

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Video: Should I be sad, sober and serious about Blagojevich?

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

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Video: Femi's Fab Five

Friday, December 19, 2008

The Takeaway’s news anchor Femi Oke remembers the five top stories that made the team smile in 2008.


The Singing Ambassador: Producer Kent DePinto talks about booking the U.S. ambassador for Paraguay for his newly discovered singing talent.

Banjo brain surgery: Femi Oke talks about Eddie Adcock, the musician who played his banjo while having brain surgery.


Grease Is the Word: When producer Noel King found out that thieves were stealing grease from restaurants, she did some detective work to find a real Grease Detective.


Joking with Terrance McKnight: The Takeaway’s music contributor Terrance McKnight tells all about the moment when he suddenly lost the power of speech.


Milking a story: Newswriter Stephanie Hughes recalls her first day on the job and an unforgettable story about P.E.T.A. and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.

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Obama supporters in New York City’s Harlem react to the election of America’s first black president

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

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The importance of winning central Florida, “the battleground region of the biggest battleground state”

Monday, November 03, 2008



ORLANDO, FLORIDA — I met up with Aubrey Jewett, a University of Central Florida political science professor, to find out why the “I-4 corridor,” a stretch running from Daytona on the Atlantic coast all the way over to the Tampa on Florida’s west coast, is critical to winning the presidential election. Jewett explains why this once Republican region is slowly turning Democratic.
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Unemployed in central Florida: Voices behind the vote

Saturday, November 01, 2008

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BUENAVENTURA LAKES, FLORIDA — While visiting an early voting location in Buenaventura Lakes, less than 10 miles from Disney World, I was intrigued by one voter, David Fernandez Rido. He’s an unemployed small-business owner who is struggling to make his mortgage payments and find a job in this depressed economy. Like nearly one in two residents of this community, he’s Hispanic. He’ll soon be in the majority.
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Yes, We Van! Early voting made easy for university students in central Florida (Republicans accepted)

Friday, October 31, 2008

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA — Early voting in Central Florida’s Orange County has already dwarfed 2004. Four years ago, a total of 79,000 people voted. Today, with two more days left in early voting, some 114,000 people have already turned out here.

Part of that total comes from the “Yes, We Van!” shuttles at the University of Central Florida. These students have been running vans from campus to early voting sites. They’re supporting Obama for the presidency, but they’ll take any student who wants to vote. Takeaway producer Jennifer Hsu rode along.
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Unconventional polls

Thursday, October 30, 2008

The most accurate polls around might be a little on the unconventional side: Halloween mask sales, schoolchildren, coffee cups, and cookies.

Mary Beth Williams hits the streets of New York to look at this year's "Xtreme" polls:

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Takeaway listeners talk politics

Thursday, October 16, 2008

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Femi Oke meets up with some Takeaway Listeners in New York after the last of the presidential debates. Fresh from watching John McCain and Barack Obama debate, they make television political pundits look like pussycats.
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