Videos/Podcasts

Sidewalk Talk: Episode 13: Remote Work

Boston Fed: Today, Tomorrow, and COVID-19 – A Conversation

WLRN: COVID-19’s Impact on Young Floridians And Re-Imagining South Florida’s Economy

Pittsburgh Tomorrow Podcast: Richard Florida: Iconic Thoughts on Pittsburgh (Part 3)

Pittsburgh Tomorrow Podcast: Richard Florida’s Three Game Changers for the Post-COVID World (Part 2)

Pittsburgh Tomorrow Podcast: Richard Florida, Author, “The Rise of the Creative Class” (Part 1)

BU Pardee Center: The World After Coronavirus: The Future of Cities | Richard Florida

CNBC: Cities will get younger after the pandemic: Expert

Munk Debates: Be it resolved, COVID-19 and its social and economic fall out spells the end of the big city boom.

Global News: Coronavirus an opportunity to make cities more equal and inclusive

The Prof G Show with Scott Galloway: Disruption is Due

University of Zurich Online panel: the triumph of the countryside?, 17th of June 2020

LinkedIn Business Unusual: Ep 60 Business Unusual: Cities post pandemic

Philadelphia Magazine: Maria Quiñones-Sánchez and Richard Florida Talk About Philly’s Wealth Gap

BBC Business Daily: Offices and cities after coronavirus

Sidewalk Weekly: E-stonia, Richard Florida, and intro regrets

Foreign Policy: Don’t Touch Your Face: Our Cities May Never Be the Same Again

KJZZ: Does COVID-19 Mean The End Of Urbanization? Maybe Not

WLRN: The Sunshine Economy: Working and Living With COVID-19

Yahoo Finance: Why cities have an “interesting and bright future” despite coronavirus fallout fears: Professor

Heartland Summit: How Our Cities Reopen After The COVID-19 Pandemic – A Conversation With Richard Florida

Slate Magazine Money Podcast: Cities and the Coronavirus

Global News: Here’s what reopening a city under coronavirus lockdown would look like, according to one expert

Reason TV: Will New York Ever Recover from COVID-19?

Wondery: Protecting City Life After Covid-19

NPR: How the Coronavirus Will Shape our Cities

Global News: Here’s what reopening a city under coronavirus lockdown would look like, according to one expert