Robert Hammond, Co-Founder Of Friends of the High Line

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Host Jessica Harris speaks with Robert Hammond, co-founder of Friends of the High Line, the organization that pioneered the transformation of an abandoned elevated train line into a public space on Manhattan's west side in New York City. Harris also speaks with Jim Barton, co-founder of Tivo.



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