The show starts at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT.
Recode and MSNBC team up again on the next episode in our “Revolution” series on tech and the future of work. Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes’s full interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook will air on Friday, April 6, at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT on MSNBC.
“Revolution: Apple Changing the World” was taped in Chicago and focuses on innovation in education, Facebook’s data privacy scandal, the future of work in the age of technology and much more.
Watch Apple CEO Tim Cook’s interview on MSNBC, online and on Twitter
If you subscribe to a basic cable package, turning your TV to MSNBC on Friday, April 6, will get you to the broadcast. You can also access a livestream through NBC’s website with a cable login and password.
You can follow Recode’s Twitter account for live coverage of the show; follow #RevolutionCHI to join the conversation. You can also follow Kara Swisher on Twitter during the broadcast for behind-the-scenes analysis and insights.
On the show, Swisher and Hayes talk to Cook about technology’s role in powering learning for the next generation of students and workers, including how to teach code across the U.S. and also how it impacts the future of job creation. The interview was taped at Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago.
Here’s a preview:
The “Revolution” series from MSNBC and Recode features townhall-style conversations with the audience examining the impact of technology on many aspects of the world today including business, politics, science, health, jobs, climate, culture, education and more. The series includes one-on-one interviews and panel discussions with a range of thought leaders from corporate executives, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to journalists, government officials and academics.
Our first episode featured an interview with YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
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You can check this post for full US pricing information on the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but Best Buy will essentially slash $ 100 off either the total price if you pay upfront, or with bill credits adding up to $ 100 if you’re going the monthly payment route.
[Deal Alert] Best Buy will knock $ 100 off Galaxy S9/S9+ pre-orders on Friday, March 2nd only was written by the awesome team at Android Police.