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Digital Age – 2003-2004
(formerly The Telecommunications & Information Revolution)
James C. Goodale - Host, Producer
James D Zirin – Co-Host

1.             Bruce Berkowitz, Fellow, Hoover Institution , Sr. Analyst, RAND; Author Best Truth: Intelligence in the Information Age Why Is There Intelligence Failure In The Information Age? - WNYE/Ch 25, 10/01/03 

2.             Max Boot, Council on Foreign Relations; Author Savage Wars of Peace and Bruce Berkowitz, Fellow, Hoover Institution , Sr. Analyst, RAND; Author The New Face Of WarWas The Iraq War The New Or Old Face Of War?  - WNYE/Ch 25, 10/08/03 

3.             Masatugu Nagato, Managing Executive Officer, Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd. and Gillian Tett, Tokyo Bureau Chief Financial Times.  Host James D. Zirin, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP – Can Technology Save The Japanese Economy? - WNYE/Ch 25, 10/15/03 

4.             Steven Brody, King & Spalding; Richard Ravin, Vice Chair, Intellectual Property Law Section, NY State Bar Association; Hartman & Winnicki – Can We Stop Spam and/or Telemarketing Calls? -WNYE/Ch 25, 10/22/03 

5.             Michael Godwin, Public Knowledge; Author Cyber Rights: Defending Free Speech In The Digital Age and Bruce Keller, Debevoise & Plimpton; Co-Author Copyright Law: A Practioner’s GuideShould The Recording Industry Sue Our Children? - WNYE/Ch 25, 10/29/03 

6.             Lester C. Thurow, Author Fortune Favors The Bold; Professor of Management and Economics, MIT; Former Dean of Sloan School, MIT – Does Fortune Favor The Bold? - WNYE/Ch 25, 11/05/03 

7.             Robert Hormats, Vice Chairman Goldman Sachs International – Will The Jobless Economy Last Forever? - WNYE/Ch 25, 11/12/03 

8.             Brigadier General Daniel J. Kaufman, Dean of Academic Board, U.S. Military Academy and Dr. Don M. Snider, Professor Political Science, Department of Social Sciences, U.S. Military Academy.  Host James D. Zirin, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP – Is Media Savvy Essential To Advancement In The Military? - WNYE/Ch 25, 11/19/03 

9.             James Michaels, former Editor, present executive of Forbes and Mike Edelhart, President and CEO of Zinio Systems Inc.  Host James D. Zirin, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP  – Will The Net Kill Print Journalism? - WNYE/Ch 25, 11/26/03 

10.           Abderrahim Foukara, New York Correspondent Al-Jazeera and Yigal Carmon, President Middle East Media Research Institute.  Host James D. Zirin, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP – Does The Mid East Media Promote Or Prevent Democracy? - WNYE/Ch 25, 12/03/03 

11.           Ambassador Frank G. Wisner, presently Vice Chairman, External Affairs, AIG Inc.  Host James D. Zirin, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP – Does America Have The Economic Tools To Deal with The Political and Economic Changes of Democratization And Global Economy? - WNYE/Ch 25, 12/10/03 

12.           Michael Wolff, Author Autumn Of The Moguls, media columnist New York Magazine – Why Do Media Moguls Screw Up? - WNYE/Ch 25, 12/1703 

13.           Mary Jo White, former US Attorney, SDNY; Litigation Chair, Debevoise & Plimpton – How Sophisticated Are The Terrorists? - WNYE/Ch 25, 12/24/03 (repeat)

14.           Daniel Benjamin, Author The Age of Sacred Terror; Senior Fellow CSIS - Will Al Qaeda Become a Virtual State? - WNYE/Ch 25, 12/31/03 (repeat)

15.           Jim McCann, CEO 1-800-Flowers. com – Is The Net Boom A Second Coming Or Just A Blip? - WNYE/Ch 25, 01/07/04 

16.           Diane Straus Tucker, Executive Committee National Dean Campaign; Group Publisher, Manhattan Media – Will The Net Elect Dean? - WNYE/Ch 25, 01/14/04 

17.           Lucy Dalglish, Executive Director, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Joseph D. Steinfield, Prince, Lobel, Glovsky & Tye LLP – A Case From Nowhere - WNYE/Ch 25, 01/21/04 

18.           Gerald Posner, Author Why America Slept and Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK – 9/11 – Who’s To Blame? - WNYE/Ch 25, 01/28/04 

19.           Warren Hoge, UN Bureau Chief; Foreign Affairs Correspondent, The New York Times and John Cassidy, The New Yorker; Author Dot ConDid Lord Hutton Get It Right? - WNYE/Ch 25, 02/04/04 

20.           Ken Auletta, Author Backstory – Inside The Business Of News, The New Yorker – If President Bush Doesn’t Read The Papers, Why Should We? - WNYE/Ch 25, 02/11/04 

21.           Bruce Berkowitz, Fellow, Hoover Institution, Fellow Hoover Institution; Author Best Truth: Intelligence in the Information AgeWhy Were ‘We All Wrong’ About Iraq? - WNYE/Ch 25, 02/18/04 

22.           Michael Wolff, Author Autumn Of The Moguls, media columnist Vanity Fair – The Net Made Dean – Did TV Do Him In? - WNYE/Ch 25, 02/25/04 

23.           Scott Heiferman, CEO, Meetup.com – Will The Net Work For Kerry? - WNYE/Ch 25, 03/03/04 

24.           Robert Jervis, President of the American Political Science Association; Adlai E Stevenson Prof. of International Affairs, Columbia University; Chair, DCI’s Historical Review Panel- Did Tenet Get It Right? - WNYE/Ch 25, 03/10/04 

25.           Geraldine Fabrikant, The New York Times and Glenn Greenberg, Managing Director, Chieftain Capital Management -  Comcast Disney, Where’s The Beef? - WNYE/Ch 25, 03/17/04 

26.           Anne-Marie Slaughter, Dean, Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs - Will Media Frenzy Allow Sadaam Hussain A Fair Trial? - WNYE/Ch 25, 03/24/04 

27.           Steven Brill, Chairman & CEO Verified Identity Pass, Inc.– Down The Slippery Slope? WNYE/Ch. 25, 03/31/04