Because we never say no to anything at our little startup, we happily agreed to send our staffers, Nellie Bowles and Jason Del Rey, to help launch “Code Forward,” a new online show on MSNBC.
We’ll be assisting as part of a larger effort called Shift, which is a series of web-only MSNBC shows on topics like women’s issues and pop culture. In weeks ahead, our reporters will be doing interviews on the weekly “Code Forward” about — big surprise — tech.
While we are no experts in TV-making at the get-go, our staff has done a lot across the networks of NBC in our first year, especially on CNBC. (Full disclosure: MSNBC’s parent, NBCUniversal, is an investor in Re/code’s parent, Revere Digital, and we also have a wide-ranging news operating agreement with NBCU.)
Overall, though, it’s part of a larger focus by Re/code in 2015 to do more video, which we hear is very trendy these days — hey, kids, we are hep to the vibe! (To be clear: This does not mean I will be appearing in the panda suit on Jimmy Fallon’s show, but a girl can dream.)
So, moving forward, here’s the whole show (“Code Forward” starts more than eight minutes in), as well as the individual segments:
How vulnerable is America to cyber attacks?:
Hollywood reels from Sony hack attack:
Exploring the wild world of drone flight:
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.