Planet Money Reporters In 'Idol'-Style Contest Given one hour at the International Council of Shopping Centers conference in New York, three Planet Money reporters must come up with an insightful story about malls and economics. Listeners will choose the winning piece. All Things Considered Executive Producer Christopher Turpin explains how the competition works.
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Planet Money Reporters In 'Idol'-Style Contest

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Planet Money Reporters In 'Idol'-Style Contest

Planet Money Reporters In 'Idol'-Style Contest

Planet Money Reporters In 'Idol'-Style Contest

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Given one hour at the International Council of Shopping Centers conference in New York, three Planet Money reporters must come up with an insightful story about malls and economics. Listeners will choose the winning piece. All Things Considered Executive Producer Christopher Turpin explains how the competition works.