This Week on Livestream | September 25, 2017

Watch live as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sits down with Charlie Rose at 92nd Street Y, AAAS presents The Golden Goose Award, and Livestream hosts a conversation on Using Technology To Keep Employees Engaged with Sli.do, DigitalOcean, WeWork, and Publicis Health at our headquarters in Brooklyn.


CBS Sunday Morning: The New Season | 92nd Street Y
Monday, September 25
7 PM ET
“With Jane Pauley, Mo Rocca, Martha Teichner, Lee Cowan, Rita Braver, Tracy Smith, and Executive Producer Rand Morrison. Join the team for a revealing look at what makes the show tick, the inside story of how the broadcast is produced and what’s new under their sun for 2018!”

Muhammad Yunus: The New Economics of Selflessness | NYPL
Monday, September 5
7:05 PM ET
“The Nobel Prize-winning economist, hailed as the ‘banker to the poor,’ is a man on a mission. The father of microcredit has set out with his latest book, A World of Three Zeros, to demonstrate that the capitalist engine is broken – and that what’s needed to replace it is an economic system in which altruism can thrive as powerfully as self-interest.”

WeWork Creator Awards: Berlin | WeWork
Tuesday, September 26
11:45 AM ET
“‘Create Your Life’s Work’ is more than a mantra to WeWork, it’s a way of life. Through 2017 and beyond, they’ll be hosting events around the world to recognize and reward those who are thinking in new ways, building fresh projects, and achieving real change.”

An Evening With Shirley Ann Jackson | MIT Webcast
Tuesday, September 26
6 PM ET
“MIT School of Science, School of Engineering, and the National Science and Technology Medals Foundation (NSTMF) host An Evening With Shirley Ann Jackson. Dr. Jackson is the President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the first African-American woman to receive a doctorate degree from MIT, and a 2014 National Medal of Science Laureate.”

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Conversation with Charlie Rose | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, September 26
7:30 PM ET
“United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sits down for a career conversation with Charlie Rose. They will cover a broad range of topics — from the law to politics, to gender equality, to the workways of the Supreme Court and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from one of the most influential people in America.”

The Golden Goose Award | AAAS
Wednesday, September 27
5:30 PM ET
“You are cordially invited to view the 2017 Golden Goose Award Ceremony and Reception honoring three teams of distinguished researchers whose seemingly silly, odd, or obscure fundamental scientific research has led to significant, unanticipated impacts on society.”

Using Technology To Keep Employees Engaged | Livestream Learn
Thursday, September 28
6:15 PM ET
“Join Livestream, Sli.do, DigitalOcean, and WeWork at Livestream HQ for a conversation around creating a culture of transparency and best practices to keep employees engaged.”

Black Creativity: Toshi Reagon and Daniel Bernard Roumain | The Greene Space
Thursday, September 28
7 PM ET
“Join composers Toshi Reagon and Daniel Bernard Roumain, Apollo Theater executive producer Kamilah Forbes, and vocalist and podcast host Helga Davis for a conversation about the contributions of black artists to contemporary opera and the narratives they are driving in American culture.”

Salman Rushdie | The Golden House with Claire Messud | Author Events
Thursday, September 28
7:30 PM ET
“‘A master of perpetual storytelling’ (The New Yorker), Salman Rushdie is the author of a dozen novels, winner of the Booker Prize in 1981 and the ‘Booker of Bookers’ Prize in 1993. Rushdie’s latest novel finds an enigmatic billionaire taking up residence in an exclusive Greenwich Village enclave.”

This Week on Livestream | February 12, 2018

Watch live as Carolina Herrera reveals her Fall 2018 collection, Roxane Gay visits the Hammer Museum, The Greene Space discusses climate change, and Jazz at Lincoln Center celebrates Valentine’s Day.


Fall 2018 #HERRERALIVE | Carolina Herrera
Monday, February 12
8 PM ET
“With almost four decades in fashion under her belt, the iconic Carolina Herrera will step down as creative director of her brand following tonight’s reveal at New York Fashion Week. Watch the Fall 2018 collection on Livestream and carolinaherrera.com.”

Some Favorite Writers: Roxane Gay | Hammer Museum
Monday, February 12
10:30 PM ET
“One of today’s most astute cultural critics, Roxane Gay is the author of New York Times best-seller Bad Feminist, the novel An Untamed State, and the short story collections Difficult Women and Ayiti. Raw and beautifully written, Gay’s most recent book, Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body, is a remarkable work about pain, healing, strength, and coming to terms with oneself and one’s body.”

Citizen Now: Climate Change | The Greene Space
Tuesday, February 13
7 PM ET
“2017 was the second-hottest year on record. The impact of climate change – from rising sea levels to rising food scarcity – continues to grow. Join The Greene Space as they hear from social entrepreneurs about how they’re working to make clean energy accessible and affordable to communities everywhere, create a workforce of sustainable ocean farmers, and mitigate the rising effects of climate change.”

Tayari Jones | An American Marriage with Stephanie Powell Watts | Author Events
Tuesday, February 13
7:30 PM ET
“Focusing mostly on the urban South, Tayari Jones‘s four novels include Silver Sparrow, The Untelling, and Leaving Atlanta. Her new novel follows a husband and wife who seem to embody the new South but are unmoored by false accusation and imprisonment.”

Valentine’s Day: Songs We Love featuring Vuyo Sotashe and Brianna Thomas | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Wednesday, February 14
7:30 PM ET
“Joining Brianna Thomas this year is fellow vocalist Vuyo Sotashe, a recent second-place winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocal Competition, a rising star in New York City, and an in-demand special guest at Jazz at Lincoln Center.”

TAKING FLIGHT | National Geographic
Thursday, February 15
2 PM ET
“National Geographic discusses Bird Migration and Conservation Across Hemispheres.”