Steve Jobs documentary `iGenius` to debut on the small screen
Los Angeles: Discovery Channel has announced a quickly-produced new documentary that will look back at the many ways Apple visionary Steve Jobs influenced modern life.
`MythBusters` hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman will host the documentary "iGenius: How Steve Jobs Changed the World," which will premiere on Discovery Channel on October 16.
Immediately following its debut on Discovery, the special will air on the network`s sister channels in more than 210 countries and territories around the world.
Interviewees lined up for the documentary include John Draper, an engineer who helped start Jobs` career; Daniel Kottke, a friend who traveled to India with Jobs and became an early Apple employee; Lee Felsenstein, a founding member of the Homebrew Computer Club; journalists Tom Brokaw and Toure; and musicians Stevie Wonder and Pete Wentz, who talk about how Jobs` musical innovations added to their career successes.
"Someone once said that to follow the path that others have laid before you is a very reasonable course of action, therefore all progress is made by unreasonable men," Adam Savage said.
"Steve Jobs was an unreasonable man. He didn`t simply give the public what they wanted, he defined entirely new ways of thinking about our lives in the digital space: productivity, creativity, music, communication, media and art. He has touched, directly and indirectly, all of our lives."