Rushkoff on PBS Frontline Tuesday

From PBS:

The Most Wired Place On Earth
Tuesday, April 14
(check local listings or watch online HERE )

Professional video gamers, “netiquette” for five-year-olds and a rehab camp for Internet-addicted teens: it’s all part of the digital landscape in South Korea. Correspondent Douglas Rushkoff takes a look at this highly wired society tomorrow night as the second segment on PBS’s FRONTLINE/World .

The footage is from our recent trip to South Korea, and it’s part of a larger project we’re producing for FRONTLINE, called Digital Nation

We’re going to be investigating life in the digital age through our website over the upcoming months, and it will culminate in a FRONTLINE documentary broadcast early next year.


Also, for people in NYC this week, my friend Propaganda Anonymous is hosting a panel about the spiritual origins of HipHop. He has been working on this one a long time, and has gathered quite an interesting assortment of people.

Thursday April 16th, Prop Anon and Reality Sandwich present: INFINITY BLESSINGS, a panel event exploring the spiritual and philosophical foundations of hip-hop culture.
Speakers inlcude: Allah B from the Nations of the Gods and Earth’s; Brother Shep from the original Black Panther Party and the Universal Zulu Nation; Dr. Shaka Zulu from the Universal Zulu Nation; Lawyer and Activist, King Downing;Why-G from the Optimus Foundation; and Propaganda Anonymous.

Thursday April 16th, (doors 6pm, talk 7 to 10pm
The Player’s Theater
115 Macdougal St (btw. Bleeker and W. 3rd)
After party at Sutra Lounge, 11pm to 4am
1st and Houston