Each episode focuses on one character archetype that has remained a staple of primetime through the generations – the Independent Woman, the Man of the House, the Misfit, and the Crusader – capturing both the continuity of the character, and the evolution.
10×10 has a brand new website! Check it out at www.10x10act.org.
Also, 10×10′s Justin Reeves will be hosting a panel at Social Media Week this Monday in New York City. The subject: “Accelerating social change and leveraging media, technology, and innovative strategic partnerships to get there.”
J.M. Suarez offers an analysis of the character archetypes featured in America in Primetime. He writes:
America in Primetime is a celebration of television but without empty platitudes and praise, rather it achieves its goal through thoughtful analysis and intelligent conversation.
10×10 joined Intel as they hosted the first of many university panels at San Jose State University. The next panel will be on April 18th at the UCLA campus.
10×10’s first photo gallery, sponsored by USAID and our strategic action partner Intel, features stunning and powerful photographs from the field. The exhibit will be on display through February.