Apple Officially Announces That Steve Jobs Present Keynote At MWSF 2003, Webcast Available

Apple has officially announced that Steve Jobs will be presenting the keynote presentation for Macworld Expo San Francisco 2003. Macworld Expo starts on Tuesday, January 7th, and will last until Friday, January 10th. The keynote will be held on the morning of January 7th, before the show floor opens. Apple will be offering a Webcast of the event, as well as a Satellite broadcast. From Apple:

Apple® will participate in a range of activities at Macworld Expo San Francisco including:


  • Steve Jobs, Appleis CEO
  • When: Tuesday, January 7, 9:00 a.m. PST
  • Where: The Moscone Center

The keynote will be available via satellite:

  • Telstar 5/Transponder: 19 KU Band
  • Orbital Slot: 97 degrees west
  • Downlink Frequency: 12053 MHz
  • Polarity: Vertical down
  • Bandwidth: 27 MHz
  • Audio subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8
  • Galaxy 3R/Transponder: 02 C Band
  • Orbital Slot: 95 degrees west
  • Downlink Frequency: 3740 MHz
  • Polarity: Vertical down
  • Bandwidth: 36 MHz
  • Audio subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8

Keynote Webcast:
Apple will provide live streaming of the Macworld Expo keynote utilizing QuickTime®, Appleis standards-based technology for live and on-demand audio and video streaming.

You can find the Webcast for the event at a dedicated Web page on Appleis Web site, beginning at 9:00 AM, PST, on Tuesday, January 7th. TMO will be providing live coverage of the event for those who can not tune into the Webcast, or who simply enjoy our keen-witted, and sharp-tongued Spin.