NET CAFE, from A to G (1996)

Stewart Cheifet

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Videos in this documentary

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1 Net Cafe: Adventure Travel Online (1/22/1999) Play Video
2 Net Cafe: Art on the Net (1997) Play Video
3 Net Cafe: Censorship Online (1997) Play Video
4 Net Cafe: Chat Rooms (1998) Play Video
5 Net Cafe: Comic Books on the Web (1997) Play Video
6 Net Cafe: Conspiracy Theories (10/22/1999) Play Video
7 Net Cafe: Conspiracy Theories (2/1/2001) Play Video
8 Net Cafe: Consumer Protection Online (9/3/99) Play Video
9 Net Cafe: Cool Home Pages (9/18/1998) Play Video
10 Net Cafe: Crime and Justice (1999) Play Video
11 Net Cafe: Cyber Chat (7/24/1998) Play Video
12 Net Cafe: Cyber Communities (1999) Play Video
13 Net Cafe: Cyber News (1998) Play Video
14 Net Cafe: Cyber Sports (1998) Play Video
15 Net Cafe: Cyber Writing (1996) Play Video
16 Net Cafe: Disinformation on the Web (1997) Play Video
17 Net Cafe: E-Commerce (1999) Play Video
18 Net Cafe: Entertainment on the Web (5/12/2000) Play Video
19 Net Cafe: Equality & Diversity On Line (1997) Play Video
20 Net Cafe: Extreme Web (1999) Play Video
21 Net Cafe: Finding Anyone / Anything Online (1/30/1998) Play Video
22 Net Cafe: Finding People Online (4/7/2000) Play Video
23 Net Cafe: Food Online (1998) Play Video
24 Net Cafe: Fun Web Sites (10/8/1999) Play Video
25 Net Cafe: Gambling and Gaming on the Web (1998) Play Video
26 Net Cafe: Games on the Net (1998) Play Video
27 Net Cafe: Grim Reaper Web Sites (7/21/00) Play Video
28 Net Cafe: Grim Reaper Web Sites (6/26/1998) Play Video
29 Net Cafe: Group Therapy Net Style (1998) Play Video
30 Net Cafe: Group Therapy Net Style (7/17/98) Play Video

Documentary Description

Net Cafe was the world's most widely distributed television series covering the Internet revolution during the height of the dot com boom. The series was broadcast throughout the United States and in more than one hundred other countries for six years, from 1996 through 2002. It was hosted by Stewart Cheifet, Jane Wither, and Andrew deVries.

The weekly program went behind the scenes of the World Wide Web to meet the people and explore the culture of the new "wired" generation. The series featured Internet tips, a guide to the best web sites, a preview of internet startups, and interviews with the movers and shakers behind the Internet phenomenon. It introduced many new web sites to the public which are now household names such as Yahoo!, Google, and eBay.

The series has been recognized for its journalistic excellence, winning a variety of prestigious broadcast awards. It was produced on location at various internet cafes around the Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Source: Archive.org

Stewart's Bio

Stewart Cheifet has been called “the original TV techie” and “the dean of television computer journalists”. He pioneered the field over twenty years ago when he created and launched the award winning public television series “Computer Chronicles”.

He served as host and managing editor of “Computer Chronicles”. He also anchored another public television series devoted to the people, culture and business of the Internet, called “Net CafĂ©”. Both series were broadcast nationally and throughout the world in over 100 countries.

Stewart has been a guest commentator on technology for National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” and he hosted a weekly web-radio talk show called “Talking about this Week”, produced by About.com in association with Broadcast.com. He also wrote and anchored a syndicated radio series about the Internet, “CyberTraffic Report”.

He has been a commentator, anchor, and emcee at many major technology events including Comdex TV News, the Computer Museum’s Computer Bowl, Discover Magazine’s Technology Awards, Upside’s Showcase, Upside’s Digital Living Room, Windows Magazine’s Win-100 Awards, and the Codie Awards for the Software Publishers Association and the Software Information Industry Association.

He frequently appears as a moderator and speaker at corporate events in the technology field, having worked with such companies as Acer, AutoDesk, Bay Networks, Boeing, Cable & Wireless, Commerce One, Hewlett Packard, IBM, KPMG, NetSuite, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Sybase, and others.

Stewart was formerly a correspondent for the PBS “Nightly Business Report” covering high-tech in the Silicon Valley and the Pacific Rim. He has worked in various capacities for ABC News and CBS News in major locations around the world, including New York, Los Angeles, London, and Paris. He served as President of PCTV, a company focused on media and technology and was also CEO of WITF, a diversified broadcasting and media company. He was also a Director at the Internet Archive, responsible for all audio and video content.

He has won numerous awards for his broadcast journalism work, including twelve awards from the Computer Press Association (CPA) and the CPA award for Best Individual Technology Television Program of the year. He was named by AdWeek magazine as one of the five most influential broadcast journalists in the field of technology.

Stewart wrote the foreword for the recently released book “Tech Trending”, published by John Wiley & Sons. Has also written for publications such as Windows Magazine, PC Magazine, Silicon Valley Magazine, Apprise Magazine, and Digital Video Magazine.

He is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a degree in mathematics and psychology. He also holds a doctorate in law from Harvard University and he was a Benton Fellow in technology journalism at the University of Chicago.

Source: www.cheifet.com

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