Live in New York City
We the Internet TV fans, mark your calendars because we’ve got some great news—We the Internet Live debuts on Tuesday, January 30th, at 8pm EST. Starring We the Internet TV head writer Lou Perez, We the Internet Live features stand-up comedy followed by a discussion panel where experts tackle today’s most controversial hot topics.
Premiering in New York City, our first We the Internet Live topic is employment: Why are millennials struggling to compete in today’s job market? What matters more—finding a job or pursuing your passion? Are robots going to take over the workforce?
Judge for yourself as we discuss these questions with an incredible panel of comedians and experts.
This show features: Kmele Foster, partner and lead producer on Freethink’s original shows, co-host of The Fifth Column podcast, and Pop Revolution producer; Rob Montz, MPI filmmaker, director of The Quarterlife User Manual, and global thought leader (seriously, watch his segment on Fox Business’ Kennedy here); Dr. Nancy Goldman, Storytelling Crackerjack, former TV executive, and Columbia professor; and Matt Ruby, comedian and mastermind behind the comedy album Hot Flashes.
If you’re in NYC, join us at the Kraine Theater. Tickets are available here. Student tickets are free—use promo code STUDENT online or request a student ticket at the window (all student tickets must be accompanied by a valid student ID at the door). Doors open at 7:30pm; show starts promptly at 8pm.
Be sure to follow We the Internet TV’s official Facebook page for event updates and hilarious weekly videos.