Collin Campbell joined WNYC in 2003 and has reported, edited and produced everything from local newscasts to national programming. He is a co-creator of The Takeaway and Freakonomics Radio, two programs born at WNYC, as well as Transportation Nation, a reporting project that worked with stations coast-to-coast. His work has appeared on WNYC, NPR, The World, Marketplace and The Takeaway.
Collin is a California native, where he attended the University of California, Berkeley and worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, KALW, Weekend America and Southern California Public Radio. In 2006, he reported on the Mexican presidential election for NPR News, The World, Marketplace and the Houston Chronicle.
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Saturday, January 16, 2010
A security breach at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport stalled flights and delayed passengers for hours on Saturday afternoon. Terminal 8 at Kennedy airport was evacuated just after 4PM.