This program is 29 minutes long
(Cupertino, California: John Blackstone) The life of Jobs reviewed; scenes shown of the flags at half-staff at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California; photos/footage shown from Jobs’ life. [Apple co-founder Steve WOZNIAK, Silicon Valley observer Paul SAFFO, technology writer Molly WOOD- comment on Jobs.] [In 1981, JOBS – talks about the computer.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The impact of Jobs’ innovations reviewed; scenes shown of kids using Apple products at Echo Horizon School in Culver City, California and tributes to Jobs around the world. [Apple users Ryan GAINES, 2 KIDS, Sharon LEE- comment on Jobs and his products.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Jobs’ commencement speech at Stanford University in 2005 recalled. [JOBS – speaks about death.] The value of Apple stock noted.
(Studio: Jon LaPook) Questions about the reliability of the PSA blood test to identify prostate cancer examined; statistics cited. The likely recommendation that PSA screenings will not be carried out routinely discussed.
(White House: Bill Plante) President Obama’s news conference to pressure Congress into voting on his jobs bill reviewed. [OBAMA – defends his campaign against the do-nothing Congress; says he is open to negotiations; says they haven’t been responsive to him or to public opinion.]
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) Cain’s surge in the polls examined; scenes shown from the campaign trail and debates; details given about his 999 tax plan and his outspoken opinions; findings of a poll of Tea Party voters cited. [CAIN – contrasts himself from Romney; says Cain supporters don’t defect.] [On “The View,” CAIN – offers his view on homosexuality.]
(Shepherdsville, Kentucky: Jim Axelrod) The hiring spree at online shoe retailer Zappos for the Christmas season featured; scenes shown from the distribution center in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. [Newly hired Danita YOUNG, Vernon O'BRYAN- comment.] [Recruiting manager Melissa LEARY- comments on the free lunch program and the possibility of temporary workers becoming permanent.]
(New York: Anthony Mason) The impact of the late Steve Jobs on technology reviewed; Apple ad celebrating rebels shown; scenes shown of Jobs speaking; details given about his contributions to Apple and Pixar.