he New York Times will offer several live broadcasts this week of the popular TimesTalks live at The Times Center in New York City. On October 8, three of the city’s celebrated 3- and 4-star chefs Daniel Boulud, Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Michael White will talk with Frank Bruni, New York Times Magazine writer and former Times restaurant critic, on getting to the top. On October 8 and 9, the New York Food & Wine Festival comes to the Times Center with talks with some of the most recognizable names in food. Enjoy conversations with food icons such as Alton Brown, Paula Deen, Bobby Flay, Masaharu Morimoto and more live at http://livestream.com/nytimes.
On October 5, The Avett Brothers will release “Live, Volume 3″, a new CD/DVD chronicling a hometown concert in Charlotte, NC. The show, which took place at the Bojangles Coliseum, was then the band’s biggest performance yet. Since this hometown homecoming, the Avett Brothers have gone on to play bigger shows, but their appearance to the capacity crowd of 9,000 remains the most honorable. This performance includes the trio playing material from their decade-long career, including their recent, critically acclaimed album I and Love and You. Celebrate the release of the DVD with an exclusive webcast at http://livestream.com/theavettbrotherslive.
Last year, the Clinton Global Initiative chose Livestream for its inaugural webcast. This year, as CGI returns to New York City from September 21 to 23, count on Livestream to bring you all of the amazing sessions and panels. CGI brings together government representatives, political leaders, non-government organizations, and philanthropists to create tangible plans for solving problems around the world. This year, watch for appearances by such names as Lance Armstrong, President Bill Clinton, Shakira, and the first couple of social media: Ashton Kutcher & Demi Moore. Watch it all unfold live at http:/livestream.com/cgi_plenary.
Mashable has been working with the UN Foundation and 92nd Street Y to produce a series of events that we hope will break the mold of the traditionally closed structure of UN Week. Joining Edward Norton, Award-winning actor and founder of Crowdrise will be Geena Davis, Academy Award-winning actor and founder of See Jane, as featured speakers for the Social Good Summit. In addition, watch panels and keynotes during UN Week live from the Digital Media Lounge through Friday. be a part of this important week at http:/livestream.com/Mashable.
Continuing their successful series, The New York Times will offer two live broadcasts this week of the popular TimesTalks live at The Times Center in New York City. On Monday September 20, award-winning actor James Earl Jones talks with Times reporter Patrick Healy about his return to Broadway in “Driving Miss Daisy”. On Tuesday September 21, director & writer Guillermo Del Toro talks with Times theater critic Jason Zinoman about his latest book, “The Fall”. Watch these exciting conversations live at http://livestream.com/nytimes.
The festival for Independent Television returns to Livestream on September 24 & 25, as the New York Television Festival will be broadcasting their Digital Day and Development Day, respectively. We’ll also bring you live to their 6th annual Awards Ceremony. Celebrating the best in Independent Television and featuring up-and-coming producers competing to have their pilot seen by television executives, this is the event to watch if you want the scoop on the next great show. Tune in to the live feed athttp://livestream.com/nytvf.
If the first half of Fashion week wasn’t enough, get ready for round two. Tune in for interviews with iconic hair stylist Frederic Fekkai and design greats like Mark Badgley & James Mischka or Georgina Chapman & Karen Craig, the creative teams behind labels like Badgley Mischka and Marchesa. You can also watch last week’s runway shows and see live runway shows from Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan & more! The schedule of live broadcasts keeps growing, so stay tuned to http://livestream.com/aplive.
In “Last Night at Chateau Marmont”, Brooke balances two jobs in order to help support her husband’s dream of making it in the music world. When success finally does come calling, it comes with a few caveats. When Brooke is faced with being on the front page of the tabloids she used to read, she begins to question the truth of her marriage. Author Lauren Weisberger will be live to discuss her book and answer questions from fans, live in New York City. Watch it live at http://livestream.com/connectthedots.
He’s been called one of the greatest designers of our time. An early protégé of Baron de Gunzberg alongside fellow icons Bill Blass and Calvin Klein, Oscar De La Renta has come to be one of the world’s finest couturiers. His clothes are worn by politicians, celebrities, and royalty. For the second time, Livestream is proud to bring you a live front row seat to another exciting preview of Oscar’s latest collection. To watch this live presentation, visit http://livestream.com/oscardelarenta and be a part of something beautiful.
It’s another season of Fashion Week on Livestream as we bring you live right to the center of the action, with all the trend forecasts for Spring 2011 from the runway. In the first half of this fashion free-for-all, we’ll bring you live to the biggest night in fashion, Fashion’s Night Out! With live streams from Juicy Couture, Ralph Lauren, and Nine West, plus appearances from Janelle Monae, Joss Stone, Andre Leon Talley and more, this is a night you won’t forget. To find out more about Fashion Week on Livestream, visit the Livestream blog.
What would you ask Katey Sagal? Don’t miss the Sons of Anarchy star, who plays Gemma, when she joins creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter for FX’s Live Pre-Show Chat before the season premiere of Sons of Anarchy on Sept 7. Tune in live and ask your burning questions about the new season at http://livestream.com/sonsofanarchy.
AP Live brought you the biggest names in Hollywood. Now, AP Live Fashion gets you up close and personal with the biggest designers, stylists, and trendsetters live from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week’s new home: Lincoln Center. Starting off this week, we’ll be bringing you live conversations with designers like Rachel Roy, Tommy Hilfiger, and Cynthia Rowley! That’s only a small part of a jam-packed week of fashion as we also bring you the Nicole Miller Spring 2011 Runway presentation live! Learn more about what AP Live Fashion has in store and find your front row seat at http://livestream.com/aplive.
The Life is good Festival is a one-of-a-kind benefit event taking place just 15 minutes from Boston at the base of The Blue Hills in Canton, MA. The festival is a two-day celebration of music and optimism, featuring three stages of diverse live music, with such artists as Jason Mraz, OK Go, Guster and more. The Life is good Festival is a unique music event that every age group can enjoy. To learn more and find out who will be performing in the live webcast, visit http://livestream.com/lifeisgoodfestival.
The ‘LIVE @ Best Buy’ program is a home for independent artists to showcase their talent and engage the community through Best Buy. LIVE @ Best Buy provides artists from all genres and experience levels an opportunity to play at their Union Square store in New York City. Don’t miss the legendary Jerry Lee Lewis LIVE on Tuesday September 7 as he plays selections from his new album “Mean Old Man” live! Watch the whole performance at http://livestream.com/liveatbestbuy.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week returns to Livestream this week. We know you wish you could be at Fashion Week’s new home in New York City at Lincoln Center, so we’re bringing you live interviews, backstage coverage and runway shows, with all the details for Spring 2011 you can’t live without.
AP Live Fashion gets you up close and personal with the biggest designers, stylists, and trendsetters including live conversations with designers like Rachel Roy, Tommy Hilfiger, and Cynthia Rowley! That’s only a small part of a week of fashion as AP also brings you to the Nicole Miller Spring 2011 Runway presentation live! Learn more about what AP Live Fashion has in store and find your front row seat at http://livestream.com/aplive.
On Friday September 10, Livestream brings you to style’s biggest event in 2010, Fashion’s Night Out, in three different locations! Watch at Nine West and you’ll soak in the soulful musical performance by Grammy-award winning artist Joss Stone as shoppers celebrate the launch of the Nine West Vintage America Collection. Catch Erin Fetherston at the Juicy Couture flagship as she gives style tips and hangs out with Juicy devotees. Lastly, tune in for a live performance by Janelle Monae at Ralph Lauren as shoppers join guests like Andre Leon Talley downtown for dancing in the streets.
Capping off the already jam-packed week are three live runway shows! On Monday September 13 at 12pm ET / 9am PT, Diesel Black Gold returns with another season of sexy style. On Thursday September 16, get ready for a double dose of drama as Ralph Lauren previews their Spring 2011 collection at 10am ET / 7am PT and Oscar De La Renta brings the week to it’s classy conclusion at 5pm ET / 2pm PT.
Fashion may have a new home in NYC, but your front row seat is always here, on Livestream. For more information and for up-to-the-minute updates, follow Livestream on Twitter.
Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo form hip hop duo N*E*R*D. The band will headline the final Slurpee Battle of the Bands concert, this Monday in New York City. Live at Irving Plaza, the finalists compete for their big break with a grand prize of $10,000 and a chance to record. Fans at home can stream it live and talk about N*E*R*D’s performance, their favorite contestants, or who they think should win the Battle. Learn more about the event and find out where to watch by visiting the Livestream blog.
Nevada City, California has been home to a host of world renowned musicians, filmmakers, and visual artists, making for a welcoming and lively setting for this showcase of creative independent filmmaking. Cognizant Productions invites you to be a part of this innovative event which features a special screening of skits, shorts, mash-ups, and music videos with Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim of the cult television show “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” We invite you to tune in live from your computer or iPhone at http://livestream.com/cognizantproductions.
Twelve bands will compete in the Slurpee Battle of the Bands starting July 11. The first round of competition is in Los Angeles at House of Blues on Sunset Strip where three finalists will open for Train, the Grammy Award-winning rock group from San Francisco. Fans can watch all the concerts live online on Slurpee’s Facebook page. Later this summer future concerts will include performances by B.O.B., All Time Low and N.E.R.D. Enjoy your first sip of Summer this Sunday at http://www.facebook.com/slurpee.
Online video has become an entirely new form of entertainment and it’s spawning new genres and growing extremely quickly. The biggest names and smartest brains in online video will join together at VidCon 2010 to discuss their experiences and converse with their communities. Enjoy talks with such stars as LisaNova or Charlie McDonnell (charlieissocoollike), performances by Dave Days & Julia Nunes, and much more. To see a full schedule of events, visit the VidCon website. Watch the conference all this weekend at http://livestream.com/vidcon.
Los Angeles-bred Local Natives have a sound all their own, incorporating three-part harmonies, melodic chanting, and heavy percussion. The quintet from Silver Lake are currently on the festival circuit, but you can watch their exclusive concert from Paris, recorded in February, live and only on Livestream this Monday. This never-before-seen show is one of their most memorable, so don’t miss it on July 12, only at http://livestream.com/localnatives.
This Monday, May 24, fans of cosmopolitan cult classic Sex and The City will have two ways to watch the red carpet event for the highly anticipated big screen sequel, live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Viewers can watch the official stream from Warner Bros. to catch all the red carpet fashion, see all their favorite stars arriving, and be a part of it all as they watch the event unfold.
In addition, Livestream partner AP Live will be interviewing all the celebrities on the carpet! Get to know all the details about the making of the bombshell blockbuster and find out who the ladies are wearing to the star-studded premiere and so much more.
So strap on your Manolos and get dressed to the nines! Tune in Monday night at 3pm PT / 6pm ET to get “Carried” away all over again!
This week Lost fans have been given a special treat on Livestream!
In the lead up to the finale, AP Live had three exclusive interviews this week with stars Jorge Garcia and Michael Emerson, and also with showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. The latter, affectionately referred to as “Darlton” by fans, provided the most comedy as a fire alarm went off in the middle of their interview! Watch for the hilarious reactions and to learn what Jorge and Michael will miss most about being a part of the epic drama’s six-season run.
So what do you do as a Lost fan in the days leading up to the ultimate episode? Have a marathon of course! Three friends from New York City are doing just that.
Former college roommates Aaron Rosenthal, Alex Green, and Mike Berlin will attempt to watch every minute of every episode, including the live broadcast finale, back to back. This event is aptly dubbed “Lost-A-Thon”. The guys’ means are three-fold: to set a new Guinness World Record for the most consecutive hours of television watched in a single sitting (94 hours total), raise $100,000 for charity, and indulge their passion for Lost by bringing together fans for this fun fundraiser.
100% of their proceeds will go to the charities they’re supporting: Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, Doctors Without Borders, and The Nature Conservancy. To donate, learn more about their effort, and keep track of their progress, check out their blog at http://lostathon.com. Otherwise, you can watch them watch “Lost” all weekend long at http://livestream.com/lostathon. (see below for a live feed as well)
Michael Emerson, Benjamin Linus on Lost
Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse, showrunners of Lost
With names like Hellmuth, Brunson, Chan, Nguyen, Duke, and Elezra on the rosters, poker and sports fans alike will recognize that World Team Poker has signed the best players from around the world to act as team captains and players for their respective countries. The World Team Poker exclusive broadcasts will also feature interactive chat, where selected viewer questions will be answered live on the broadcast, also to be accompanied by commentary as well as interviews with the players and coaches. Come watch as the newest sports league debuts live from the world famous Golden Nugget casino in Las Vegas at http://livestream.com/worldteampoker.
With the world just weeks away from the special “Lost” finale event, the AP has a power packed week of “Lost” interviews especially for fans! On Tuesday, May 18, they’ll be talking to cast member Jorge Garcia, who plays lovable Hugo Reyes. On Wednesday, May 19, they’ll be talking to showrunners Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, looking for any hints about the shows final moments. Later that day, watch an interview with the incomparable Michael Emerson, better known as Benjamin Linus. Also this week, enjoy more live interviews with stars like Twilight’s Elizabeth Reaser and rock icon Slash. Watch all these and more at http://livestream.com/aplive.
This year marks Yale University’s three hundred ninth Commencement, with activities planned for the whole weekend. A live broadcast of the Commencement ceremony will be available at 10am on Monday, May 24, but don’t miss Sunday’s Class Day ceremony live. This year’s Class Day speaker will be the 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton. The former president spoke at Yale in 2001 and 2008, for Yale’s tercentennial and his 35-year reunion, respectively. Watch this live event at http://livestream.com/yale.