Hosted by Jim Zirin (Sidley Austin LLP and contributor to Forbes, The Times of London and the LA Times), Digital Age is a widely acclaimed TV talk show discussing how the Internet has transformed contemporary life and culture. Its estimated viewing audience exceeds two million people. The program, now in its fifteenth year, airs Sundays, at 5pm on Ch 25, WNYE in New York.
Digital Age goes to most cable markets within a 50 mile radius of New York City and is available on this web site via YouTube.
A Digital Age TV interview is 30 minutes of “no holds barred” conversation featuring probing questions put by Jim Zirin to one or possibly two high-profile guests. The program seeks to elaborate a deeper understanding of how central the Internet and information technology have become to contemporary experience, and why the web is so deeply entwined with the issues of the day. Founded by communications and First Amendment lawyer, James Goodale, former vice chair of the New York Times, Digital Age is now in its 15th year.
The program also appears on Dish-TV, DirecTV’s Ch. 888 (NJ), DirecTV’s Ch. 25 (NY and CT) and digital broadcast Channel 25.1. It is on Cablevision, Channel 888, and can also be seen on WVVH-TV in Long Island on Cablevision’s Channel 78. Digital Age is podcast on National Public Radio www.npr.org. It is available on this website, www.digitalage.org, via YouTube.