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Netflix’s Ted Sarandos Says Company’s Creative Involvement Is “Always Invited”

Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos has rejected any assertion that the company is showing signs of hindering the creative freedom of its producers and said it is on track to double its original programming output. Speaking at a Royal Television Society conference Tuesday, the Netflix exec said he was working "very diligently" to ensure relationships with creatives were “collabora
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