Ryan Delaney, WRVO

@RyanWRVO

WRVO/Central New York reporter for the Innovation Trail

Ryan works on the Innovation Trail project - covering technology, economic development, startups and other issues relating to New York's innovation economy from central New York.

He began his public radio career working for WAER in Syracuse, N.Y. while still in college. He then returned to Syracuse from Albany where he worked at WAMC. Prior to that, Ryan filed stories for The Allegheny Front in Pittsburgh.

His reporting has also been heard on NPR, Vermont Public Radio and New Hampshire Public Radio. His stories have been honored by the Syracuse Press Club and the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association.

As a 2013 International Center for Journalists fellow, Ryan reported from Kenya.

Ryan grew up in Burlington, Vt. He has a degree in broadcast journalism and international relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and Maxwell School at Syracuse University.

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9:15am

Fri January 13, 2012
Morning Trail Mix

Uncertainty for Kodak employees doesn't mean Rochester's demise

The turmoil at Kodak is catching national headlines. But for Rochester, it's all about trudging on.
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Today in your Friday the 13th edition of Morning Trail Mix:

Despite tough times for Kodak, Rochesterians are weathering the storm.

Syracuse makes a pick for its Inner Harbor redevelopment.

And expanding gambling in New York may be harder than Governor Cuomo would like.

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2:33pm

Wed January 11, 2012
Energy

How New York is getting clean energy right

The Brookings Institution says in a new report that NYSERDA is helping New York get a lot of bang for its buck when it comes to investing in clean energy.
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A new report from the Brookings Institution [PDF] finds investment in clean energy is paying off for New York.

Brookings found that the states known to have clean energy funds have invested $2.7 billion in renewable energy in the past decade.

And they're seeing that investment come back four-fold.

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