Hannah Yi is a Producer with PBS NewsHour Weekend. Her responsibilities include producing, shooting and editing for the show. Previously she was a Producer for the national PBS news magazine show Need to Know. She also worked for the ABC News Longform Documentary Unit and on the CNN show Anderson Cooper 360°. Hannah earned her M.S. degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and her B.A. degree in Communications and English from the University of Pennsylvania.
Hannah's Most Recent Stories
May 7, 2016
Thinking about taking a trip to North Korea? Here’s what it’s like to be an American tourist in Pyongyang. Continue reading →
April 9, 2016
Texas leads the U.S. in both incarceration rate and number of exonerations of people wrongfully convicted. But it’s also the first state to implement a Junk Science Law, which provides defendants whose trials were prosecuted with flawed scientific evidence direct access to a retrial. Continue reading →
April 26, 2015
Even though the Internet was invented in the United States, Americans pay the most in the world for broadband access. And it’s not exactly blazing fast. So why are Americans paying more for slower service?
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March 29, 2015
Over the past five years, 3.8 million American homes have opted to cancel their cable subscription or not sign up at all. Continue reading →
February 14, 2015
Since Colorado started legally selling recreational marijuana just over a year ago, law enforcement along the Nebraska border are busier than ever, as eastward drivers attempt to leave the state with everything from rolled joints to psychedelic glass pipes to edibles. In January alone, Nebraska authorities booked 23 cases of marijuana coming from Colorado. Continue reading →