Facebook’s Zuckerberg and Sandberg Will Make Rare Joint Appearance on “Charlie Rose” Tonight
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg will appear tonight for an hour-long interview with Charlie Rose on his eponymous TV show, which airs on PBS and then Bloomberg. It’s a rare joint interview for the social giant’s top two executives, and their first times on “Charlie Rose.”
Though Sandberg speaks often about women and ambition as well as Facebook’s business, and Zuckerberg has introduced all sorts of products this year like the upcoming Timeline redesign and “frictionless” auto-sharing, Rose is known for his wide-ranging interviews, so look out for big-picture questions like Facebook’s competition with Google, its evolving approach to user privacy and its IPO plans.
(The PBS listings I checked varied, but at least for me it looks like the show will air at 11 PT tonight.)
Update from the interview: Zuckerberg Says Amazon and Apple Are Allies, While Google’s Building “Their Own Little Version of Facebook”
Here’s Zuckerberg and Sandberg appearing at D6 in 2008:
Please see the disclosure about Facebook in my ethics statement.