I will be posting about new media appearances going forward, but this post archives much of what I’ve done up through 2018.
January 20, 2018 interview with CTV News Montreal on Quebec’s minimum wage increase:
January 19, 2018 interviews with Radio-Canada Ontario (Toronto, Windsor, and Sudbury) on National Day of Action in support of Tim Hortons workers:
January 7, 2018 interview with CTV News Montreal on Quebec’s unemployment rate:
December 19, 2017 interview on WDEV 96.1 FM (Vermont radio station) Equal Time Radioregarding my article, “The Problem of Workplace Democracy.”
October 13, 2017 interview with CBC Daybreak radio program on Uber’s threat to cease operations in Quebec.
September 26, 2017 interview (in French) with RDI Économietelevision program on Uber’s threat to cease operations in Quebec.
July 6, 2017 interview with Sam Seder on The Majority Report on my July 5, 2017 Jacobin article on “Labor’s Legitimacy Crisis Under Trump.”
May 30, 2017 interview with Montreal Gazette newspaper: “Experts decry Quebec government’s back-to-work legislation.”
April 26, 2017 interview on Vermont Edition (Vermont Public Radio show) as part of segment on “Vermonters Assess President Trump’s First 100 Days” (interview begins at 27:00).
March 30, 2017 interview with Montreal Gazette newspaper: “Quebec wants to force police to end camouflage-pants protest.”
January 20, 2017 interview on Scott Thompson Show, AM 900 CHML (Hamilton, Ontario), regarding inauguration of President Donald Trump.
January 8, 2017 interview (in French) with Le téléjournal de Radio-Canada Télé (national Canadian French news show) on President Obama’s legacy, «Quelques bons coups, mais un héritage en péril pour Obama».
January 6, 2017 interview on KPFK-FM’s (Los Angeles, CA radio station) Beneath the Surface with Suzi Weissman with former NDP Leader Ed Broadbent about my article, “Why Is There No Labor Party in the United States?” (segment begins at 33:30).
September 14, 2016 interview with Global TV News Montreal: “Uber Cars Seized in Quebec, Drivers Fined, and Licenses Confiscated.”
July 7, 2016 interview on KKFI-FM’s (Kansas City, MO radio station) Heartland Labor Forum about my article, “The House That Reuther Built” (segment begins at 32:16).
June 7, 2016 interview on WDEV 96.1 FM’s (Vermont radio station) Equal Time Radio regarding my article, “Why Is There No Labor Party in the United States?”
June 2, 2016 interview on Radio Canada International: Why no political ‘left’, or labour party, in the USA?
February 18, 2016 interview with Global TV News Montreal (morning news show): Montreal Taxis vs. Uber.
February 18, 2016 interview with Montreal Gazettenewspaper: “Uber Uproar: The Rage in Montreal and the Strategies Elsewhere.”
February 18, 2016 interview on CJAD 800AM, The Barry Morgan Show: Barry Eidlin on if Apps Like Uber and Airbnb Can Change Society.
February 16, 2016 interview with CTV News Montreal (noon news show): How Uber, Airbnb are Changing Industries.
February 5, 2016 interview with Mountain Lake PBS on minimum wage laws in the U.S. and Canada.
December 21, 2015 interview on CBC Montreal Homerunshow, regarding the tentative agreement between the Quebec provincial government and the Common Front public sector unions.
December 10, 2015 interview on KKFI-FM’s (Kansas City, MO radio station) Heartland Labor Forum about my article, “Class vs. Special Interest” (segment begins at 31:10).
December 8, 2014 interview on WORT-FM (Madison, WI radio station) about right-to-work laws, recent labor protests, and the future of the U.S. labor movement:
August 11, 2014 Wisconsin Public Radio call-in show (The Joy Cardin Show) segment on growing inequality and the future of labor unions.
August 8, 2014 WORT-FM (Madison, WI radio station) story on growing inequality and the future of labor unions (segment starts at 17:47).
April 25, 2014 NPR segment (Middle Ground Show) on union defeats in Wisconsin.
March 26, 2014 WISC-TV news segment on NLRB decision classifying Northwestern University football players as employees:
February 3, 2012 interview on the current state of U.S. labor, Génératrice (Radio Canada).