Walt Mossberg to appear on Charlie Rose today to discuss Apple

Walt Mossberg, principal technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal, is scheduled to appear on PBS’s Charlie Rose television program today to discuss Apple’s Macworld Expo.

The program will also feature a discussion about Google and emerging technology with Ken Auletta of The New Yorker.

The video should appear online via the Charlie Rose website tomorrow.

More info here.

Check your local PBS listings for time of airing here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Scarbro” for the heads up.]


  1. Also on PBS today:

    Dragon Tales: The doodle fairies unveil a painting they made for princess kidoodle; max and emmy try to keep a snowman from melting.

    Teletubbies: Dipsy and Laa-Laa go up and down and then watch as kids go up and down as well.

    Barney and Friends: B.J. and friends learn the days of the week while awaiting the arrival of a petting zoo.

  2. Who pays Walt more The WSJ or Apple??
    This guy is a joke, he speaks so Apple has PR fodder.

    BTW. Nice Job yesterday Steve and thanks for the prepay iPhone, AT&T;is doing some job for the Apple “Customer Experience”

  3. I watched the show too. While there were some good questions, I was bored within the first 5 minutes.

    It was like watching the broadway version of Grumpy Old Men dubbed in Japanese.

    They did not even address the $20 fee for the ipod touch. I wanted to get Mossberg’s view on that, just to check if he was on AAPL payroll.

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