TV Daily Schedule: KQED 9
KQED 9: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Comcast 9 and 709 • Digital 9.1, 54.2 or 25.1
Schedule is subject to change. Please visit kqed.org/tv/schedules/daily for the most up-to-date info.
12:00 amCharlie Rose [#19042H] (original broadcast date: 02/19/13)
* a look at the crisis in Syria with Michael Gordon of The New York Times
* an update on the hacking attacks against the United States with David Sanger of The New York Times, Michael Riley of Bloomberg News & Dune Lawrence of Bloomberg News duration 56:46 STEREO TVRE
1:00 amNightly Business Report [#32055Z] Office Depot and Office Max could be the next big Wall Street merger. NBR's Suzanne Pratt takes a look at what this year's surge in mergers could mean for the markets. Dell posts better than expected results but profits slide in its latest quarter. NBR's Tom Hudson speaks with Carr Lanphier, Hardware Analyst at Morningstar about what could be company's last quarterly report as a publicly traded company. President Obama makes another push to get Congress to avoid another round of automatic spending cuts and tax hikes as deficit watchdogs roll out a plan to reduce government debt. NBR's Darren Gersh has a look at what the plan calls for. duration 26:46 STEREO TVRE
1:30 amSpark! [#413] Playing with Technology We live in an electronic world - turntables, microphones, digital displays, microchips. Some artists are driven by the possibilities of manipulating these things, and in this episode, we explore the way that they creatively unite art and electronics.
* Walter Kitundu creates innovative instruments that are based on the turntable but powered by natural elements such as wind, fire and the ocean.
* Natural found objects such as flowers and sand are juxtaposed with pieces of technology in Joe Mangrum's large and intricate design sculptures.
* Loren Chasse uses audio technology to explore the music that can be made from ruins and teach his young students about sound art.
* Finally, what people are really talking about can be discovered at the Listening Post, where the "global conversation" of electronic chats are tracked through suspended text screens.