Philip Dine discusses the growing number of right-to-work states and labor’s future on the Diane Rehm Show : Listen Here
Dine discusses union protest outside Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s home, on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co.
Dine debates labor unrest and the U.S. economy on CNBC .
State of the Unions is quoted in Fig Tree (Northwest U.S. publication) story on unions on .
Philip debates NLRB and McDonald’s, on Fox’s Neil Cavuto Show on Dec. 23.
Philip is interviewed by Eleanor Clift for a story on the GOP and police unions in the Daily Beast on Dec. 12.
Philip debates worker protests over wages at Walmart on Fox’s Neil Cavuto Show on Oct. 16, analysis of debate on newshounds on Oct. 17, parody of show by Russell Brand on Nov. 6.
Dine is interviewed for a Labor Day program on The Takeaway, a production of WNYC Radio in New York City and Public Radio International, on Sept. 1.
Philip discusses Labor Day on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co. on Aug. 29.
Philip addresses Amalgamated Transit Union’s training session for local leaders from around the country about getting the message out through the media, in Washington D.C. on July 17.
Dine discusses the impact of a Supreme Court decision on American workers on 2paragraphs website on July 7.
Dine is interviewed about Baltimore hospital labor showdown for Baltimore Sun story on July 1.
Philip discusses President Obama’s appearance at Walmart on Fox’s Neil Cavuto Show on May 9.
Dine discusses the future of unions in a changing U.S. economy on CCTV (China Central TV) on March 14.
Dine debates UAW efforts to organize VFW plant in Tennessee on Fox Business Network’s After the Bell on Feb. 17.
Philip is interviewed for News Tribune (Tacoma, WA) story on labor’s challenges — and importance — as reflected in the Boeing-Machinists confrontation, Jan. 12.
Dine is interviewed by the Los Angeles Times for a page one story on labor’s status and future, in light of the Boeing showdown, Jan. 6.
State of the Unions is called a page-turner by the Hampton Institution (think tank) on Dec. 31.
I was also encouraged when I loaned a copy of “State of The Unions,” a book by labor journalist Philip Dine. I had hoped the interested party would skim a few chapters and find a couple of ideas we could discuss in our meetings. He, instead, returned a couple of weeks later and said he’d been so fascinated with the book that he’d stayed up all night on a couple of occasions to finish reading it. He then delivered an incisive 30-minute report on its content. — Daniel J. Kelly
State of the Unions is featured on the UFCW (United Food and Commercial Workers) website, Dec. 27.
Philip discusses jobs and the labor movement on CCTV (China Central TV), Dec. 18.
Dine is interviewed about fast food workers by Al Jazeera America, for print and TV (just print here), Dec. 5.
Philip discussed the meaning of Boeing’s aerospace workers’ rejection of a contract offer on public radio station KUOW in Seattle on Nov. 14.
Click Here, then click ‘Listen’ button near end of print story to hear radio segment.
Philip wrote on a different kind of work issue in the St. Louis Post Dispatch on Oct. 23.
Philip discussed the status and future of the labor movement with public radio station WESA in Pittsburgh on Oct. 16.
Philip discussed labor and the Affordable Care Act on Fox News’ Your World with Neil Cavuto on Sept. 13.
Philip discussed the AFL-CIO, the Affordable Care Act, and the future of labor on the Fox Business Network’s Tom Sullivan Show on Sept. 7 and 8.
Philip discussed the status of the labor movement and the attack on public-sector unions on KMOX (CBS) radio in St. Louis on Labor Day, Sept. 2.
Philip discussed labor, the White House, and the Affordable Care Act on Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney Show on Aug. 30.
Philip discussed worker activism and pay in the fast-food industry on China Central TV on Aug. 29.
Fox Business : Philip Dine explains why unions aren’t to blame for the problems at Twinkees.
China Central TV, a live one-on-one interview about the evolution of labor unions, their impact on businesses and the MayDay protests.
CNBC’s Kudlow Report, debate on labor and the Affordable Care Act.
Fox Stuart Varney Show, discussing California police pensions.
Jon Stewart Show, Phil has a cameo in this skit about the Hostess issue.
Fox Business, discussing Apple’s and corporate responsibility more generally to create U.S. jobs vs. responsibility to shareholders to increase profits, with the publisher of Forbes magazine.
Fox Stuart Varney Show, discussing the demise of Hostess, the role of the bakers union, plus a little on the election.
CNBC Larry Kudlow Show, debating union actions at Los Angeles airport, Wal-Mart, Hostess and the election.
BBC World Service, interview about U.S. labor movement, centering on Wal-Mart and Black Friday
Fox noontime show, pre-election debate on unions, on value of unions.
Fox Stuart Varney Show, discussing questionable union tactics.
China Central Television (CCTV), interview about U.S. labor and the presidential election.
Baltimore public radio, to discuss labor’s efforts to organize fast food workers in New York City
Rock Creek Sports Club, Silver Spring, MD. Learn More: Philip Dine Event Page
Speaking Event, American Bar Association
Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, Atlanta, GA
Topic: Poor media coverage of labor, why it matters, and what unions could do to improve this.
Hampton Institution recommends State of the Unions Read Recommendation Here
International Business Times interviewed for a Jan. 25 story on the East Coast port dispute.
Christian Science Monitor interviewed for a Dec. 28 story on the port dispute and the status of the labor movement.
Phil was quoted in a recent Florida Today story on teacher unions.
He was interviewed on The World of Work radio program on WDVRFM in Newark, N.J.
The Washington Times labor column, 1/8, labor and American values.
The Washington Times labor column, 12/4, labor regains prominence.
The Washington Times labor column, 11/6, on Election Day but written before results were in (note, columnists don’t write their own headlines).
The Washington Times labor column, 10/9, importance of union voters.
The Washington Times labor column, 6/19, why conservatives shouldn’t be anti-union.