Rare 50 Minute Interview with Steve Jobs from 1990 [Video]

Nov 5, 2011 - 7 Comments

Steve Jobs in 1990

PBS/NOVA and WGBH Boston have posted a full 50 minute unedited interview with Steve Jobs from the TV miniseries “Machine That Changed The World”. The clip is from 1990 and demonstrates Steve Jobs’ remarkable visionary thinking, covering a wide variety of topics and technologies well before they became parts of our daily lives (keep in mind the internet was practically nonexistent to the general public then).

Watch An Interview With Steve Jobs on PBS. See more from NOVA.

If you’re having troubles watching the video on PBS, 9to5mac borrowed the WGBH version and uploaded it to YouTube as well.

The TV miniseries aired in 1991 and offered an insiders look at the history of computers and the surrounding industry. The episode of Machine That Changed the World show featuring clips of the Jobs interview, in addition to interviews with Steve Wozniak, Mike Markkula, and a variety of other Silicon Valley veterans, is embedded below:

Machine That Changed The World Part 3 via Waxy.org

If you enjoyed this Steve Jobs interview, don’t miss this one from 1995 too.

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  1. Oorehai says:

    Good interview, not a great interview.

  2. James says:

    How can a video be “rare” if it’s on the internet? ;-P

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  5. David Joyce says:

    Thanks for putting this up – the completed documentary is one of the best documentaries on the history of computing out there. It is only a shame I can’t hold of the version with the British narration, which IMO is much better, apart from a series of 9 clips on youtube.

  6. Daniel Serodio says:

    It’s no longer on YouTube

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