Mark Hilan

Mark Hilan appears in the following:

Reporting the News on 9/11

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Mark Hilan, former host of WNYC's Morning Edition, and  Larry Ingrassia, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and currently Business Editor at the New York Times, discuss having to make sense of the events on 9/11 both personally, and professionally, on the fly. Larry Ingrassia was part of the team that set up a newsroom within a few hours after the attacks and helped put together the Pulitzer Prize-winning edition of the Wall Street Journal. Mark Hilan helped keep WNYC on the air and brought people news of the events that morning.

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Brooklyn Brownstones

Thursday, July 18, 2002

There are neighborhoods in Brooklyn that are almost synonymous with brownstones -- Fort Greene, Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights to name a few. Although the elegant homes seem like desirable places to live now, that wasn't always the case. One man is considered responsible for saving hundreds of brownstones from ...


Where We Live

Monday, June 24, 2002

From the shrill shriek of sirens and raucous rumble of trucks collecting trash, to ear-splitting elevated subways and matchbox size apartments, New Yorkers every day face the challenge of their own environment. While WNYC's
Mark Hilan admits to a low tolerance level for the city's sound and space shortcomings, he's found ...


Mark Hilan: The New "New Normal"?

Thursday, May 23, 2002

New York leaders are, once again, calling on people to carrying on their day-to-day lives "as normal". Governor Pataki held a news conference to do just that following news that the FBI warned NYPD officials about an uncorroborated report of a possible terrorist threat against new york landmarks. But, with ...


Postage Paid

Wednesday, May 15, 2002

At the end of June, the cost of a first-class postage stamp will go up to 37 cents, an increase of three cents. WNYC Host and commentator Mark Hilan noted that when it comes to mailing at least ONE of his monthly utility bills, that cost hike will have NO ...


Green Greets Commuters

Friday, October 12, 2001

He narrowly defeated rival Fernando Ferrer in the democratic nomination for mayor in last night's runoff election.


Grief and Guilt

Friday, October 05, 2001

City Fire Department dispatchers say they've been plagued by guilt and grief over the decision they made on the day of the WTC attack.


New Chief for ACLU

Tuesday, May 01, 2001

The American Civil Liberties Union has selected a new executive director to replace Ira Glasser who has served at the helm of the often controversial organization since 1978. Now, 35-year old Anthony Romero, a native of new york, is stepping in.


De Francesco Withdraws from the New Jersey Governor's Race

Thursday, April 26, 2001

It was another day of turmoil in New Jersey politics yesterday. After a series of revelations about his ethics, Acting Governor Donald De Francesco withdrew from the Governor's race, and former Congressman Bob Franks got in. Mr. Franks, who will inherit Mr. De Francesco's support from the Republican party establishment, ...


Huskies Women's Basketball

Friday, March 30, 2001

The U-Conn Huskies women's basketball team takes on Notre Dame in the final four. The huskies are the reigning champions, but they've lost their two top stars this season to injuries.