Thanks to the multi-billion, spare-no-expense snapping up of Pixar by Disney, Apple's Steve Jobs is now a key shareholder at the Mouse House. But how will this chai-sipping, turtleneck-wearing techno-Buddha fare in this land of double-crossing, doppio macchiato-sucking mayhem? Find out when host Claude Brodesser sits down with MacWorld magazine founder and author Jeffery Young to discuss his new book, iCon Steve Jobs: The Greatest Second Act in the History of Business. Also this week, New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer recently announced he's subpoeaned nine of the nation's largest radio conglomerates in a payola investigation. How will this affect some of the world's most popular artists? And, as if making a movie isn't enough of a circus, meet a group of AFI student filmmakers who insist on having an elephant in the room if it kills them. And, with 10,000 pounds of pure pachyderm on the way, it just might.
iMac Daddy Goes Movie Mogul; Grammy Winners Sing Payola Blues; Elephants: More Guerilla than Penguin