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Jim Colgan

Jim Colgan appears in the following:

"Mommy, could you please vote for McCain?"

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

The Takeaway asked students from Mrs. Jan Kunkel's fifth-grade class in Boiling Springs, Pa., to lobby their parents in the lead-up to the Pennsylvania primary.

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Political Conversations: at the Dog Park

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Last fall, New Yorkers in the Tompkins Square Park dog run seemed reluctant to support Senator Barack Obama for President.

But as WNYC’s Jim Colgan found out when he went back a few days ago, now there’s an active debate. Jim checked in on the political conversation in the East Village, ...

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Political Conversations at the Dog Run

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Over the next year, WNYC will be listening in on some of the political conversations taking place in our area to find out what people really think of the presidential candidates. WNYC's Jim Colgan visited the dog run in Tompkins Square Park in the East Village and spoke with Hugh ...

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Are You Being Gouged? The Results

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Brian Lehrer Show associate producer Jim Colgan, breaks down the results. Then we talk to New York Times economics writer David Leonhardt about the economics of price disparities, and then to NYU journalism professor Jay Rosen about what it means for journalism.

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Are You Being Gouged?

Monday, September 24, 2007

Our latest "crowdsourcing" project asks listeners to go to their local grocery store and find out the price of three goods: milk, lettuce and beer. You don’t have to buy them (or consume them), but we want to know how much they cost in different neighborhoods throughout the New York ...

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SUV Count Results

Thursday, August 02, 2007

We announce the results of our S.U.V. "crowdsourcing" project. Associate producer, Jim Colgan, lays out the numbers and highlights the blocks with the highest and lowest percentages.

Then we look at what the numbers actually mean with Jamie Kitman New York Bureau Chief for Automobile Magazine and U.S. ...

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