Ryan Delaney


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Barge Traffic Increases Along Erie Canal

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

New York's Erie Canal is reviving its history to again be an economic corridor for commercial shipping through upstate New York — after decades of being mostly used by recreational boats. Shipping from Canada it expected to lead to a level of commercial traffic not seen in decades.


Seeking A 'Field Of Dreams' For A Rising Drone Industry

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Drone developers in upstate New York and other regions are striving to be named official testing sites for drones as the FAA creates regulations for their use. They hope to emerge as the Silicon Valleys of unmanned aerial systems, attracting billions of dollars and thousands of jobs.


Communities Compete to Be Silicon Valley of Domestic Drone Production

Monday, February 25, 2013

Across the country, states are vying to attract the engineers who will build our new domestic drone force, and they're finding that being a hub for drone production and testing could be a major economic boom for their area. Ryan Delaney, a reporter from WRVO in upstate New York, has been spending time with some of the advocates competing to attract drone-makers to their own airspace.

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Portrait of a Gun Manufacturing Town

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

When New York passed a wave of new gun-control laws in January, it outlawed a type of assault rifle made just over an hour's drive from the state capital.

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Track Tech: Why Betting on Horses Is Legal, When Gambling Elsewhere Is Not

Monday, June 04, 2012

For the week leading up to the Belmont Stakes, WNYC is partnering with the Innovation Trail WEKU and Louisville Public Media to explore how technology is changing the horse racing industry. This is part one of a four-part series.

There is one sure bet about gambling in New York state: what is and isn't legal can be a little murky.