Katie Long

Producer

SHORT BIO

Katie Long is a producer for Marketplace Morning Report. She plans news coverage for the daily show in addition to producing host interviews and series, such as Pro Tool and Brain Drain.

Katie started with Marketplace in 2012 working for the digital team in New York. By 2013, she was directing Marketplace Morning Report and Marketplace Tech in Los Angeles. A recent highlight from her field work includes producing a weeklong series exploring the ways New Orleans’ business community and schools have changed since Hurricane Katrina. Prior to Marketplace, Katie freelanced for Slate, WNYC and New York Magazine.

Katie graduated from Duke University, majoring in public policy, with minors in chemistry and political science. 

Latest Stories (148)

Should we think about sexual harassment as a spectrum?

Dec 20, 2017
One professor has developed six categories of offensive behavior and misconduct.
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It's against the law for employers to make you sick. Thank the "Radium Girls" for that

Nov 28, 2017
100 years ago, New Jersey factory workers fought to hold companies accountable for radium poisoning. Their battle led to our labor safety standards today.
The radium paint, which glowed in the dark, was applied to instruments, dials and watch displays that were shipped off to pilots fighting in World War I.
Heinz Dietrich Suppan/Handout

Crossrail expands access to London, and its high-flying housing market

Sep 12, 2017
Prices are up along the new east-west railway, and some are worried about being pushed out.
A worker walks toward the entrance of the Canary Wharf Crossrail station in the financial district of London in February.
BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images

Robot-Proof Jobs 3: Rewiring the future

Apr 21, 2017
The final episode of a special three-part podcast series on automation and the economy.
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Robot-Proof Jobs 2: The winners of tomorrow

Apr 14, 2017
The second episode of a special three-part podcast series on automation and the economy.
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The most robot-proof job of them all

Apr 10, 2017
Robotics work is a good bet, if you can get it.
Anca Dragan researches the interaction between humans and robots at UC Berkeley.
David Brancaccio/Marketplace

Robot-Proof Jobs 1: Jobs that are safe today

Apr 10, 2017
The first episode of a special three-part podcast series on automation and the economy.
A robot assembles parts to make engines at Nissan Motor Co. Ltd's Yokohama Plant on July 4 in Yokohama, Japan.
Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images

Say hello to your robot co-worker

Apr 7, 2017
There's a new emphasis on designing robots to be teammates, not just tools.
A machine from Carnegie Mellon's Biorobotics Lab.
Courtesy Carnegie Mellon Biorobotics Lab

The Port of Los Angeles gives a lesson in mega ships

Aug 24, 2016
East Coast ports can learn a lot from Los Angeles about handling giant ships.
The CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin, the largest container ship to ever call at a North America port, is docked at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, California.
SCOTT VARLEY/AFP/Getty Images

The trade lines that divide us

Democrats hope to shore up support from anti-trade voters.
Delegates show their opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership during Day 1 of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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