After Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and J.J. Abrams, to talk about their upcoming series for Apple, went the tech juggernaut for the Moneyball and got Oprah Winfrey to tell more about their relationship with Apple and how they bring more of that to people in the can do what she does best. World about the platform . EW reports:
"We want to go beyond the borders of our heart and our thoughts to master the daunting challenges of our time. Each of us comes to Earth with a deep potential that wants to be fulfilled, "said Winfrey. "We all long for connection, we are looking for similarities, we do not just want to be heard, we also have to listen, be open and contribute to our hopes, dreams and healing our divisions. That's why I teamed up with Apple.
While Oprah was in full control of the moment, he let spectators in Cupertino and at home know that there had never been such a moment, and then talked about what she brings to the table, though in 99 Percent of conversations with Oprah, IS is the table. To bring home that point, CNN's share for Weight Watchers rose nearly 1 percent as it hit the stage. Granted, stocks came back to earth when she was up there, indicating that something else was involved, but I keep walking and let Oprah's soul shine through.
Aunt O talked about her contented dealings with Apple, including two documentary films, one unnamed and one titled Toxic Labor . She will also remake her famous Oprah's Book Club to make it the "largest, most vibrant, inspiring book club in the world." She did not say it was the brightest, but we can all read between the lines here. Also pun !!!!
Since Oprah is the biggest boss you've seen so far, Apple lets her do her thing in a new and innovative way and does not bother her work at OWN, where she's out here doing bodybuilding with great content like Queen Sugar the ZOMG! come back soon!
While Oprah has not yet brought her type of talkshowism back to the main stage, she has killed the game in many other ways, showing you and yours that OWN is not just a thing network, but a way of life.
Now let me write a book and hope Oprah will add it to her book club. In the meantime, can someone pull their coattail to Damon's book?