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Jobs Death #1008716

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 06, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The death of Apple’s Steve Jobs noted; photos shown of tributes around the world.

(Cupertino, California: George Lewis) The life of Jobs reviewed; clips shown from Pixar’s “Toy Story”; scenes shown of improvised memorials at Apple headquarters and his residence in Palo Alto. [Apple co-founder Steve WOZNIAK†- comments.] [In commencement speech at Stanford University in 2005, JOBS – comments on death; tells grads not to waste their time.] [In 2009, JOBS – comments on his liver transplant.] [“Wired” magazine’s John ABELL†- says Jobs might go down as the top CEO of any company in the history of business.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Footage of Jobs introducing his many innovations shown.

(New York: Anne Thompson) Jobs’ global reach featured; scenes shown of an iPhone in the Afghanistan war zone, an iPod in the International Space Station, an iPad in Antarctica and kids using Apple products at St. Margaret of Cortona School in Riverdale, New York. [In Tokyo, Sydney, London and Atlanta, several PEOPLE – reacts to Jobs’ death.] [KID – comments on the iPad.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Portions of a 2006 interview with Jobs on the eve of the opening of the flagship Apple store in Manhattan replayed. [JOBS – says he doesn’t think about how he views himself and his achievements; says if you do something that turns out good you should go do something else wonderful.]

Williams, Brian;
Lewis, George;
Thompson, Anne

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