Free speech is getting exhausting. It's a game of online publishing whack-a-mole as wingnut Alex Jones, of Infowars fame, finally gets suspended from Twitter, only to direct his audience to Tumblr. How should those of us who still love America feel about the amount of crazy that's going on in the media game these days?
If you have a choice, should you go after a clearly defined job in an established company, or take a risk and join a startup? CNBC's Jon Fortt break down the pros and cons with venture capitalists Jeff Richards of GGV and Graham Brown of Lerer Hippeau, CNBC personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson, and three young professionals (Ahmad Eshghyar, Roni Barak Ventura, Raymond Willey).
Super Bowl Champion Joe Theismann joins Fortt Knox to discuss how technology is changing the way people watch and interact with sports plus the power of the “superstar” brand.
Jon Fortt, CNBC anchor and host of Fortt Knox, looks into how social media is influencing how companies respond to scandal. Joining him are Kara Alaimo, reputation management expert and assistant professor at Hofstra; Mike Jackson, CEO at Event Solutions International; and Jillian Manus, general partner at Structure Capital. CNBC's Josh Lipton joins from Intel headquarters in Silicon Valley.
Adam Aron, AMC Theaters CEO; and Mitch Lowe, MoviePass CEO join Jon Fortt of CNBC and Ed Lee of the New York Times in a conversation about what happens when the subscription model goes to movie theaters. Plus, CNBC's Julia Boorstin joins from Sun Valley.
Rob Markman, veteran music journalist and manager of artist relations at Genius; and Zack O'Malley Greenburg, senior editor for media and entertainment at Forbes, join CNBC's Jon Fortt. The subject: How will artists break through and thrive in the streaming era and beyond? Includes portions of Jon Fortt's Fortt Knox podcast interviews with Q-Tip and Troy Carter.
Jon Fortt, Josh Lipton and long-time Apple watcher Gene Munster break down the details from Apple's 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference. Plus -- the details of design with Apple Employee No. 66 Bruce Tognazzini.
Jon Fortt sits down with GoDaddy CEO Scott Wagner live at Recode's Code Conference talking everything from empowering small business owners to #MeToo.
Jon Fortt of CNBC chats with Conde Nast Traveler Editor-in-Chief Pilar Guzman, The Points Guy CEO Brian Kelly, and CNBC correspondent Seema Mody about tips, tech and hacks to make the most of your summer travel experience.
CNBC's Jon Fortt talks to Postmates CEO Bastian Lehmann about delivery, his path to entrepreneurship, and the road to profits. During the conversation, insights come in a live chat with Mike Isaac of the New York Times and Courtney Reagan of CNBC.
Spotify is adding features to its free version in an effort to retain the crown as the biggest streaming music service. Can Apple, Amazon, Google and others chase them down? Billboard columnist Cherie Hu, Work Hard Playlist Hard curator Michael Warner, Demodrop cofounder George Goodrich, and country music artist Garrett Capps join.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, host of Fortt Knox, breaks down the impact of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Congressional testimony with Roger McNamee of Elevation Partners and James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, host of Fortt Knox, on what you need to know when it comes to tech and tax day 2018 with CNBC's Sharon Epperson. Plus, the founder and CEO of Status Money stops by -- check out how your finances stack up to your peers.
CNBC’s Jon Fortt, host of Fortt Knox, talks emerging trends in the video game and eSports space with Russ Frushtick of Polygon. Lewis Ward of IDC and Rahul Sood of Unikrn.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, host of Fortt Knox, talks the tech revolution in luxury watches, smartwatches and more with Fitbit CEO James Park, Watchbox founder Danny Govberg and CNBC's Robert Frank.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, host of Fortt Knox, talks the delivery revolution with Erin Griffith of Wired and Ed Lee of Recode.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, host of Fortt Knox, is live from Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress show with CNBC's Arjun Kharpal. They cut through the marketing on Samsung's Galaxy S9 vs iPhone X, the Comcast bid for Sky, and their chat with Softbank Vision Fund's Rajeev Misra.