If you haven’t had the chance to watch the independently produced documentary “Welcome to Macintosh”, mark your calendar on January 4 as CNBC is about to bring this docu film to the American Television. Â The airing starts at 9:30PM ET during the show “First in Business Worldwide.”
According to the documentary’s co-director Rob Roca, airing their film on CNBC is like finding a perfect home for them.
We took the people and the passion felt for Apple seriously, and CNBC provides the ideal venue for informative and entertaining content to be presented.
Josh Rizzo, the other co-director said that this is perfect opportunity to share what they have been evangelizing about in the film – explain why so many people love the Macintosh in a way that even those who have never used a computer will understand and appreciate the Mac’s value.
While watching the teaser, I couldn’t help but admire the tenacity by which the film was created. Â No wonder, even Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder couldn’t help but admire it and calls it one of the best independent film he has seen by far, when the film was screened during the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco.
The film has been going around various Macintosh User Groups globally as well as in several film festivals but this is the first time that it will be shown on national television.
Let’s see whether the film will successfully bring more Mac converts into the fold.
Originally posted on December 29, 2009 @ 6:46 pm