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Daniel Robison

Daniel Robison came to WNED in Buffalo, New York and the Innovation Trail from WFIU in Bloomington, Indiana, where he was assistant news director for two years. Robison has filed for All Things Considered, Morning Edition, Weekend Edition Sunday, Voice of America, the Ohio River Radio Consortium and has been featured on NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook.

Robison also hosted the weekly Ask the Mayor program, and the occasional Noon Edition. He has a master's in journalism from Indiana University and graduated in 2007 with a bachelor's in history from the University of Evansville.

Robison hails from Kentuckiana, better known as the Louisville Metro Area.

  • Waterfront revitalization projects in this upstate New York area are breathing new life into the once-thriving port city. Green space development and cleanup efforts to remove the toxic remnants of the city's glory days are bringing people and wildlife back to the harbor.
  • During the long winter months on the eastern shore of Lake Erie, sponge candy is a mainstay. But the temperamental treat isn't available in hot weather, so to get their fix in the summer, fans have to plan in advance.
  • Niagara Falls has long been a magnet for daredevils, but strict laws have kept them away for more than a century. That changes this Friday, when circus performer Nik Wallenda will walk a two-inch-thick wire across the giant waterfall. It's an exception officials hope will rescue tourism — and the city's economy.