This Week on Livestream | December 27, 2016

Ready to ring in 2017? Tune in on New Year’s Eve to watch the Times Square Ball Drop LIVE from New York City.


President Obama and Japanese PM visit Pearl Harbor | USA Today
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
4:00 PM ET
“President Obama and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will speak at the commemoration of the 1941 Japanese air attack that drew the United States into the Second World War. Obama and Abe plan to make remarks at the memorial built atop the bombed-out hull of the USS Arizona, which sank to the bottom of the harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.”

Eagles Press Pass | Philadelphia Eagles
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
10:45 AM ET
“Philadelphia Eagles’ Head Coach Doug Pederson addresses the press.”

Cécile McLorin Salvant and the Aaron Diehl Trio | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
7:30 PM ET
“Vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant with pianist Aaron Diehl, bassist Paul Sikivie, and drummer Lawrence Leathers.”

#SafeDrive Music Marathon | JBTV
Saturday, December 31, 2016
12:00 PM CT
“JBTV Music Entertainment will be broadcasting the 28th Annual Safe Drive Live Music Marathon across multiple online, mobile and broadcast platforms. The marathon features 10 hours of amazing live performances from over 90 bands including Atlas Genius, Wolf Alice, The Struts, Dead Sara, A Silent Film, Car Seat Headrest, Local H, The Joy Formidable, Mew, The Arkells, Whitney and numerous breakout bands of 2016. The Safe Drive Live Music Marathon is hosted by Jerry Bryant and produced and distributed by JBTV.”

New Year’s Eve 2017 | New Year’s Eve
Saturday, December 31, 2016
5:55 PM ET
“Every year as the clock nears midnight on December 31, the eyes of the world turn once more to the dazzling lights and bustling energy of Times Square. Anticipation runs high. New Year’s Eve at the symbolic center of New York City has become more than just a celebration — it’s a global tradition.”

New Year’s Eve with the DSO and The Music of Prince | Detroit TV
Saturday, December 31, 2016
10:00 PM ET
“Party like it’s 1999 this New Year’s Eve with a special tribute to Prince! Led by guest conductor Brent Havens, who arranged Prince’s top hits for orchestra, the DSO together with a tribute band will perform adaptations of the artist’s top hits.”

This Week on Livestream | August 21, 2017

Watch live as Green Bay Packers’ Head Coach Mike McCarthy holds a press conference, CNET streams the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Live Event, and Gnomon teaches you how to become a better game artist.


DW Jazz Orchestra | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Monday, August 21
7:30 PM ET
“It’s not often that musicians this young have the talent, drive, and focus required to assemble, record, and travel with a jazz orchestra, and the passion this pair has brought to the DW Jazz Orchestra is remarkable.”

Head Coach Mike McCarthy press conference | Green Bay Packers
Tuesday, August 22
11:45 AM ET
“Watch Head Coach Mike McCarthy take questions from the media.”

Taylor Grey In-Studio | iHeartMedia Boston
Tuesday, August 22
3 PM ET
“With the essence of an old soul and a youthful approach to life, 20-year-old singer-songwriter, Taylor Grey, is a promising newcomer to the Alternative Pop community. Known for her emotional ballads and catchy uptempo pop hits, her vocal style and range makes her a fan favorite.”

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Live Event | CNET
Wednesday, August 23
11 AM ET
“Watch CNET’s live coverage from Samsung’s Unpacked 2017 event in New York, where the company is expected to reveal its new big-screen phone, the Galaxy Note 8.”

Become a Better Game Artist: How to Think Like a Game Designer | Gnomon
Thursday, August 24
10:30 PM ET
“Being a successful game artist means more than being just a talented visual designer. On August 24th, three lead artists from Insomniac Games will open a discussion at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects that will break down the stigma of artists feeling removed from game design.”

Trouble in Mind… But I Won’t Be Blue Always | Hammer Museum
Thursday, August 24
10:30 PM ET
“Black people’s reasonable responses to four centuries of unreasonable, barely livable conditions are routinely criminalized and used to stoke anti-blackness. Writers Ernest Hardy and Tisa Bryant sift through film, television, music, social media, and news to explore black representations of depression and distress, remedies and healing, and the resilience of joy in black life and culture.”

The Kin of Loretta Lynn: We Are Family | Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Saturday, August 26
3 PM ET
“To mark the opening of the exhibition Loretta Lynn: Blue Kentucky Girl, members of Lynn’s family will discuss her life and career and celebrate her music with special performances. Lynn’s younger sisters—singers Crystal Gayle and Peggy Sue Wright—will join her twin daughters, Patsy and Peggy, and granddaughter Emmy Rose in a multimedia program that will feature rare family photos, videos, and audio recordings.”