This Week on Livestream | January 9, 2017

Too cold to travel to Detroit for the North American International Auto Show? Watch all the live reveals on Livestream.


2017 Detroit Auto Show | Toyota
Monday, January 9
12:30 PM ET
“The all-new 2018 Toyota Camry takes Detroit at the North American International Auto Show.”

National YoungArts Week | YoungArts
Monday, January 9
8 PM ET
“Hailing from all over the country, the most promising young classical, jazz and pop vocalists perform as part of National YoungArts Week.”

Confirmation Hearing for Attorney General Nominee Jeff Sessions | FedNet
Tuesday, January 10
9:30 AM ET
“Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) appears before the Judiciary Committee on his nomination to be Attorney General.”

Detroit auto show 2017: Press day 2 | CNET Roadshow
Tuesday, January 10
10 AM ET
“Get ready, Roadshow crew! It’s the second day of the 2017 Detroit auto show. Roadshow coverage kicks off with the SHIFT Awards, where the car of 2016 will be unveiled. Tim Stevens, editor-in-chief of Roadshow, and Brian Cooley, editor-at-large for CNET, will be on hand all day to offer up their expert analysis of the show, and interview auto executives making big news.”

James Morrison Quartet | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Tuesday, January 10
7:30 PM ET
“Australian trumpeter James Morrison is a world-renowned artist who has played with legends including Ray Brown, Dave Brubeck, Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, and Wynton Marsalis. Tonight’s quartet features his sons William and Harry, as well as drummer Patrick Danao.”

Bernard Henri-Lévy | Author Events
Tuesday, January 10
7:30 PM ET
“Bernard-Henri Lévy led the vanguard of the radical 1970s ‘New Philosophy’ movement, a rejection of Marxism and the Left still debated today. In The Genius of Judaism, the philosopher and activist confronts the underpinning of his spiritual roots and seeks a reckoning with his faith.”

President Obama Gives Farewell Address | USA Today
Tuesday, January 10
9 PM ET
“President Obama will give his farewell address from Chicago.”

Night Photography in National Parks | bheventspace
Wednesday, January 11
1 PM ET
“National Parks are seeing increasing numbers of visitors which means traffic jams, long waits, and huge crowds at the better-known photo spots. The good news is that almost everyone disappears after the sunset fades. Chris and Lance are two of the five instructors that make up National Parks at Night, and they will show you how to make the most of your visit to any national park and experience them in ways that most people never do.”

Black Power 50 Talks: Public Television and the Black Arts Movement | Schomburg Center
Thursday, January 12
6:30 PM ET
“In the wake of the Black Power movement, Amiri Baraka along with other poets, writers, dramatists, and musicians, formed The Black Arts Movement. Leading cultural critic and musician Greg Tate will examine the relationship between Soul! and the Black Arts Movement–with renowned poets Nikki Giovanni, Askia M. Touré, and Gayle Wald, author of It’s Been Beautiful: Soul! and Black Power Television.”

Earth from Space | European Space Agency
Friday, January 13
4 AM ET
“Earth from Space is presented by Kelsea Brennan-Wessels from the ESA Web-TV virtual studios. Join us every Friday at 10:00 CET for an 800 km-high tour of our planet.”

Interview with Mike Sutcliff | CXO Talk
Friday, January 13
1 PM ET
“Mike Sutcliff is group chief executive of Accenture Digital, which integrates digital assets, software, and services across digital marketing, analytics and mobility to help clients drive growth and create new sources of value.”

This Week on Livestream | May 22, 2017

Watch live as Splash! hosts a workshop at their New York office, the 2017 New York Guitar Festival comes to The Greene Space, and Doctors Without Borders gathers a panel of experts to discuss the migration crisis in Central America.


LIVE at 9 | Barstool Sports
Monday, May 22
9 PM ET
“Pat McAfee goes LIVE from the Indy 500 infield.”

Designing Your Event with Splash! | Livestream Learn
Tuesday, May 23
9 AM ET
“A 3-hour live tutorial for event marketers looking to enhance the look and feel of their event marketing efforts, covering easy design wins, automation tactics, and an introduction to new technologies and resources.”

Eagles Press Pass | Philadelphia Eagles
Tuesday, May 23
10:40 AM ET
“The Philadelphia Eagles hold a press conference on Livestream.”

2017 National Singles Racquetball Championships | USA Racquetball
Wednesday, May 24
12 PM ET
“The 2017 USA Racquetball National Singles Championships is the sport’s premiere singles tournament. Everyone is invited to watch for FREE via Livestream.”

Rethinking Othello with Tracy Chevalier | NYPL
Wednesday, May 24
6:30 PM ET
“Tracy Chevalier, the author of The Girl with the Pearl Earring, discusses her latest novel, New Boy, and the work of translating the 16th-century Venice of Othello to 1970s suburban Washington, DC.”

Joshua Ferris | Author Events
Wednesday, May 24
7:30 PM ET
“One of The New Yorker’s ’20 Under 40′ writers and winner of the International Dylan Thomas Prize, Joshua Ferris has published fiction in Granta, Prairie Schooner, and Best American Voices, among other places. The Dinner Party, his first story collection, is rife with characters searching for answers in the aftermath of life’s pitfalls.”

2017 New York Guitar Festival | The Greene Space
Thursday, May 25
7 PM ET
New Sounds‘ John Schaefer hosts an evening with Margaret Glaspy, whose sharp-edged indie rock has been described by Pitchfork as ‘a collection of compact grunge-rock and breezy torch songs that variously recall Elliott Smith and Joni Mitchell.'”

Forced to Flee: A Migration Crisis in Central America | Doctors Without Borders
Thursday, May 25
8 PM ET
“The webcast panel discussion will present key findings from MSF’s report, based on two years of medical data, patient surveys, and testimonies gathered by MSF teams treating people along migration routes in Mexico.”

Becoming Our Father: Johnny Cash’s Daughters in Conversation | Country Music Hall of Fame
Saturday, May 27
3 PM ET
“Johnny Cash’s daughters will share stories, remembrances, and perspectives on Johnny Cash, and will discuss and reveal photographs never seen outside the family.”