APB Speaker David Pogue Discusses COVID-19 on CBS Sunday Morning
26 Mar 2020
CBS Sunday Morning correspondent and New York Times bestselling author David Pogue recently discussed COVID-19 and how to stay safe. In the CBS Sunday Morning segment, Pogue has a conversation with his neighbor, Julie Beitman, of 15 years about the disease. He notices she is continuously washing her hands and despite not having this disease, it has affected her emotionally. After consulting David DeSteno, a psychology professor at Northeastern University, about why coronavirus is altering people’s behavior, Pogue discovered that fear plays a large role in irrational thinking. DeSteno suggests hope and calm can beat the nervousness felt during this time.
One of our most sought-after speakers on technology and disruption, Pogue has a broad appeal to general, business and tech audiences alike. Drawing from his expansive knowledge, he provides invaluable insights on the issues impacting our work, businesses and connections with each other. Whether he’s covering virtual reality, climate change, pandemics or otherwise, audiences leave as informed as they are entertained, with an enlightened perspective of what's shaping everyone’s tomorrow.