Valentines for audio description, ImportYeti, data revisions, and the office : Planet Money Every Valentine's Day, we at Planet Money consider the things that we love, the things that we can't stop talking about, the things that get our hearts racing...in a good way. And we give them valentines!

This year our valentines go out to:

ImportYeti, a website that lets you see exactly where U.S. companies are importing goods from.

Economic data revisions, those tweaks to the data that make things like the jobs numbers even more accurate.

The office (the place, not the show).

Audio description, narration designed to make TV and movies more accessible to people who are blind or low-vision, but which offers benefits to the sighted as well.

This show was produced by Emma Peaslee. It was edited by Keith Romer, and engineered by Robert Rodriguez. Jess Jiang is our acting Executive Producer.

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Our 2023 valentines

Our 2023 valentines

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ENCINO, CA - FEBRUARY 12: A general view of the atmosphere during the Valentine&#039;s Day With Dunkin&#039; Donuts Heart-Shaped Donuts held at Dunkin Donuts on February 12, 2016 in Encino, California. (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Dunkin&#039; Donuts)
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Every Valentine's Day, we at Planet Money consider the things that we love, the things that we can't stop talking about, the things that get our hearts racing...in a good way. And we give them valentines!

This year our valentines go out to:

  • ImportYeti, a website that lets you see exactly where U.S. companies are importing goods from. 
  • Economic data revisions, those tweaks to the data that make things like the jobs numbers even more accurate.
  • The office (the place, not the show).
  • Audio description, narration designed to make TV and movies more accessible to people who are blind or low-vision, but which offers benefits to the sighted as well.

This show was produced by Emma Peaslee. It was edited by Keith Romer, and engineered by Robert Rodriguez. Jess Jiang is our acting Executive Producer.

Help support Planet Money and get bonus episodes by subscribing to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org/planetmoney.

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