About seven months before he died, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was pitching a plan for a subscription-video service to leaders in Hollywood.
Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, the entertainment conglomerate and parent company of CNET, said Jobs approached him with the idea about a year ago, according to story in The Hollywood Reporter. Moonves shared the revelation on Saturday while addressing attendees of the UCLA Entertainment Symposium in Los Angeles.
Jobs died in October following a long fight with pancreatic cancer.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Moonves also said that Jobs failed to persuade him to support the subscription service. &… Read more