Josh Robin

Josh Robin appears in the following:

Superstorm Sandy, Five Years Later

Friday, October 27, 2017

What the city has accomplished since the storm, and how it is preparing for future storms.


Following the Real Estate Money in New York State Politics

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

The real estate firm Glenwood Management is a huge donor to New York State lawmakers, and found itself heavily involved in the corruption trials of both Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos.

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Horse(less?) Carriages

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Josh Robin, NY1 political reporter, reports on the battle to preserve horse-drawn carriages in the city (with actor Liam Neeson taking a leading role) against Mayor de Blasio's promise to end the business now under attack for mistreating the animals.

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Bloomberg's Plan: Storm Surge Barriers

Friday, May 31, 2013

Our discussion of the impending hurricane season continues when NY1 political reporter Josh Robin breaks down his reporting on the Mayor's expected proposals for protection from future storm surges. These proposals include removable steel panels up to 12 feet in height along flood-prone waterfront areas. Also, WNYC editor and reporter Matthew Schuerman discusses his reporting on plans developed 50 years ago to build hurricane walls in NYC.

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Lessons From The Netherlands Post-Sandy

Thursday, February 28, 2013

NY1's Juan Manuel Benitez and Josh Robin talk about their travels to the Netherlands in search of lessons about storm mitigation for our region post-Sandy. Their special is called "Fighting the Tide" and the Spanish-language series is "Contra viento y marea"

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Orthodox Jews and the Web

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

NY1 political reporter Josh Robin delves into his series,“Tangled Web,” which looks at how orthodox Jews are dealing with the internet.

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State of the Tri-State

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Three if this region's major political stories come to a head today. Chris Dodd will not be seeking another term as Connecticut Senator. Gay marriage is likely up for a vote in New Jersey. And Governor David Paterson addresses the legislature on the state of New York and anti-corruption legislation. ...

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America’s Mayor. Not New York’s Gov.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Rudy Giuliani won’t be running for governor, the former mayor announced yesterday. He endorsed Rick Lazio. Josh Robin, political reporter for NY1 joins us to talk about Rudy’s decision and the political landscape for 2010 races.

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Number Crunch

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

John Liu, NYC Councilman (D-20th, Queens) and Josh Robin, NY1 reporter, discuss the MTA budget crunch, East River tolls and congestion pricing, and if Albany can overturn the term limits extension.

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Congestion Pricing Countdown

Monday, March 24, 2008

Josh Robin, a reporter for NY1, kicks off our daily series leading up to the April 7th congestion pricing deadline with a run down of where the legislation stands right now.

A Brian Lehrer poll: Do You Favor Congestion Pricing?
Yes (why?)
No (why ...

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Albany Matters

Thursday, March 06, 2008

Daily News columnist Liz Benjamin and NY1 reporter Josh Robin round up the news from Albany. Geoffrey Gray drops in to talk about his New York magazine profile of State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno.

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