March 20, 2013 | Daily News
Democrat Bill de Blasio's mayoral campaign is out with a "careful what you wish for" clip hitting rival Chris Quinn's opposition to paid sick leave legislation.
February 15 | WNYW-NY
"De Blasio criticizes Mayor's defense of stop-and-frisk in state of the city address"
February 5 | WABC
"Bring all the parties to the table and let's start that conversation, let's see if we can find a way forward, but the buses have to roll in the meantime. Our children need to get to school," DeBlasio said.
February 5 | NBC New York
Mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio talks to Erika Tarantal about announcing his candidacy for the upcoming election.
January 27 | NY1
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio officially announced his Democratic candidacy for mayor Sunday afternoon, telling supporters gathered in front of his home in Park Slope, Brooklyn that he would be a "mayor for our neighborhoods."
December 10 |NY1
Inside City Hall’s Errol Louis spoke with Public Advocate Bill de Blasio about his concerns regarding New York City’s Public Housing Authority, after the extensive damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
October 9 | WPIX
Bill de Blasio discusses his plan to create true, universal Pre-K and expand after-school programs with WPIX's Sukanya Krishnan.
"It’s time to rebuild our working and middle class with solutions that not only repair a recession — but invest in a future. Investing in our city’s children is the best way our city can rebuild, and rise together."
September 24 | MSNBC
Bill de Blasio joins The Cycle's Toure to discuss the controversial policing tactic, and the importance of building strong and stable community-police relationships.
September 23 | NY1
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, State Senator Diane Savino and Assemblyman Michael Cusick are pushing a bill that would toughen penalties against unwanted sexual contact in crowded spaces like subways and buses.
August 8 | NY1
Inside City Hall’s Errol Louis asked Public Advocate Bill de Blasio why he thinks local lawmakers should vote on a sick leave bill.
July 11 | NY1
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and City Councilman Peter Vallone Jr. are pushing to ban sex offenders from children’s reading rooms.
July 9 | NY1
A Bronx management company has earned the dubious distinction of being the city's worst landlord. Public Advocate Bill de Blasio has released his latest Worst Landlords Watch List.
May 29 | NY1
“Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is joining a lawsuit challenging the overhaul of the city's livery cab industry.”
"If I thought all we needed to do is continue what we've been doing the last 10 years, I would just say 'me too'. But I don't. I think we can do so much better— and I think we have to do better."
"We need a bond between police and communities. That is the only way to create true and lasting security."
May 9 | NY1
Bill de Blasio joins advocates at City Hall to call for a comprehensive reform of Stop and Frisk.
April 25 | NY1
Bill de Blasio’s report highlights how heavy fines are affecting the city’s small businesses.
April 24 | AOL
The Public Advocate stops by Citizenship Now’s immigrant hotline.
April 18 | CBS New York
De Blasio releases a new Red Tape Report highlighting the difficulties homeowners have faced with their new wireless water meters.
April 9 | NY1
In a letter to Mayor Bloomberg, Bill de Blasio asks the city to stop cleaning cars at Lage Management Corp, a car wash company with a history of mistreating employers.
April 4 | Politicker
Bill de Blasio calls on Taxi of Tomorrow-manufacturer Nissan to cease operation in Iran, or stop doing business with New York City.
March 29 | NY1
Bill de Blasio debuts the Iran Watch-list, a campaign designed to force automakers to choose between doing business in the United States and profiting in Iran.
March 29 | The Dylan Ratigan Show
Public Advocate de Blasio speaks with Dylan Ratigan about his campaign to force the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to require companies to disclose all political spending.
March 29 | NY1
Bill de Blasio stops by Inside City Hall to talk with Errol Louis about the city’s public safety record, and how to reform and improve current police practices.
March 20 | NY1
Bill de Blasio announces the city administration’s decision to turn over crucial cancer data on NYPD first responders.
February 28 | The Dylan Ratigan Show
De Blasio speaks with Dylan Ratigan about corporate spending in elections and his effort to require donation disclosure.
February 5 | NY1
New York 1 speaks with de Blasio and with families affected by the city administration’s decision to end "Advantage" rent subsidies.
Febraury 4 | NY1
Bill de Blasio meets with Sam Roberts to discuss pension reform, the mortgage crisis and the living wage.
January 25 | NY1
De Blasio talks about the recent controversial NYPD training video and his work against Citizens United with Inside City Hall’s Josh Robin.
January 24 | The Dylan Ratigan Show
De Blasio speaks with Dylan Ratigan about his most recent effort to push for full transparency in corporate political spending.
January 17 | NY1
De Blasio discusses the citywide effort that helped build up momentum during the last filing quarter.
January 7 | NY1
The Public Advocate urges Mayor Bloomberg to end the city’s unnecessary fingerprinting for food stamps policy.
December 7 | The Dylan Ratigan Show
De Blasio talks about relationship between consumer spending and corporate financing in public elections.
November 2 | NY1 Online
De Blasio discusses his strategy for increasing government transparency and accountability with Inside City Hall’s Errol Louis.
October 18 | CNN en Español
(Denouncing abuse in immigrant detention centers in New York) CNN en Español covers de Blasio’s effort to investigate immigration detention centers where systematic abuse has been reported.
October 14 | NY1
NY1 covers the Public Advocate’s report on extremely long and frustrating commutes for many public school students.
October 13 | MSNBC
The Young Turk’s host Cenk Uygur discusses donor contributions and transparency requests with the Public Advocate.
June 20 | New York Times
After Bloomberg threatened to cut 4,000 teaching positions, de Blasio and his wife Chirlane discuss the important role public school teachers played in their two children’s lives.