Steve Jobs’s Widow in Exclusive Interview on NBC Tonight

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Laurene Powell Jobs is part of a syndicate to buy the LA Clippers with Beats founder and Apple employee Jimmy Iovine
Laurene Powell Jobs, from Rock Center with Brian Williams interview. Airs Friday, April 12 at 10 P.M., 9 P.M. CDT

 

For the first time since Steve Jobs died, his widow, Laurene Powell Jobs, will speak on TV — in this case, in an interview on Rock Center with Brian Williams this evening, in just a few hours.

It took the country’s tumultuous battle over immigration reform to finally coax the famously quiet widow from her silence after a year and a half.

Powell Jobs collaborated with filmmaker Davis Guggenheim on The Dream is Now, a film about the plight of young undocumented immigrants, which she will talk about during the interview — along with, no doubt, revealing some insight about Steve.

Here’s a little snippet from Powell Jobs during the interview:

And so we need all of these brains. We need all that energy. And indeed, you know, there are estimates that integrating dreamers into our economy will give a boost of over $300 billion. So it’s an expansive act. There’s not zero sum here.

For more, there’s a short clip here.

The interview airs at 10 P.M. (or 9 P.M. CDT, for those of you in the middle).