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Recode and MSNBC will interview Apple CEO Tim Cook on our latest ‘Revolution’ TV special

Kara Swisher and Chris Hayes will interview Cook from Chicago.

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Recode and MSNBC are teaming up again for the next episode in our “Revolution” series on tech and the future of work. Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes will interview Apple CEO Tim Cook for the special, “Revolution: Apple Changing the World,” in Chicago. The show is scheduled to premiere on Friday, April 6 at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT on MSNBC.

Will you be in Chicago on Wednesday, March 28? That’s when we are taping this event and you can register here to be in the audience.

Our “Revolution” special will dive into Apple’s plans to innovate in the classroom and beyond. Swisher and Hayes will talk to Cook about technology’s role in powering learning for the next generation of students and workers, including how to teach code across the U.S. and also how it impacts the future of job creation. The event will take place at Chicago’s Lane Tech College Prep High School.

While we’re not livestreaming the interview taping on March 28, you can follow Recode’s Twitter account for live coverage of the show (follow #RevolutionCHI to join the conversation); Instagram for behind-the-scenes interviews with guests; and our website for breaking news stories from the interview.

The “Revolution” series from MSNBC and Recode features townhall-style conversations with the audience examining the impact of technology on many aspects of the world today including business, politics, science, health, jobs, climate, culture, education and more. The series includes one-on-one interviews and panel discussions with a range of thought leaders from corporate executives, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to journalists, government officials and academics.

Reminder, tune in to MSNBC on Friday, April 6 at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT to watch the full interview.

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