Netflix recently got its first taste of sweet, sweet prestige at the Emmys, setting it down a road to the kind of awards-junkie behavior that can lead to ugly scenes—like when chief content officer Ted Sarandos recently accused theaters...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos unveiled yet another idea for shaking up the movie business: making films instantly available on streaming services (likely his own) as soon as they are released. Though that keynote address at the ninth annual Film Independent Forum angered National Association of... More »
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos raised some eyebrows this weekend when he claimed that movie theater owners are the ones threatening to kill the movie business. Their refusal to innovate with day and date releases for big movies in theaters and on digital is stifling the industry. But his company is totally helping, right? The […]
This weekend, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos gave the keynote address at the ninth annual Film Independent Forum (watch the full speech below). Beyond talking about how great Netflix is doing, he threw a bit of shade. Much of this was directed toward movie-theater owners, who Sarandos feels are... More »
On Saturday, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos got NATO up in arms when he slammed theater owners with potentially killing the movie business. Here’s Sarandos’ keynote speech at Film Independent‘s 9th annual confab at DGA HQ. Related: Theater Owners To Netflix: You’re The One Trying To Kill Cinema
Yesterday a fight broke out over who is killing movie theaters. Throwing the first punch was Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, who gave a keynote address at the Film Independent Forum in L.A. “I’m concerned that as theaterShow More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: NATO president/CEO John Fithian struck back at Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, who today gave the keynote speech at the Film Independent Forum and charged theater owners with potentially killing the movie business by being inflexible with shrinking theatrical windows. Show More Summary
According to Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos, there’s “no question” in the company’s mind that the Bluths will be back. He told reporters at The Wrap’s “The Grill" conference on Tuesday that their only issue now is figuring out how to accomodate the cast’s scheduling and deciding exactly what... More »
The stars praise each other's shows and the company's business model while chief content officer Ted Sarandos tells THR that more "Arrested Development" is in the works. read more
Exactly a month ago Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz and Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos confirmed that Arrested Development would return in some form or another. And in the short amount of time since Mitch Hurwitz has apparently gotten hard to work. Show More Summary
Love bing watching Netflix shows like Orange is the New Black and House of Cards? Then you have to thank this guy: The L.A. Times has a great profile of Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, who started out as a video store clerk and now […]
As Netflix’s content creation is validated by 14 Emmy nominations, the streaming company’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos declares, "Television is what’s on the screen, no matter what size the screen or how the content got to the screen." The people who work at Netflix have been tempering their expectations lately. Show More Summary
"Emmy voters eliminated the line between Internet and television," says Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos. read more
In an interview at the D11 conference, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos talked about the company's plans for more original programming, as well as its relationship to other content providers and distributors.
Selling Netflix shares because of "Arrested Development" reviews? You've made a huge mistake, according to chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
The streaming video company now earmarks less than 5% of its revenues for original programming, and “that will grow to 10% to 12% to 15% over the next couple of years,” Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told investors today at the Nomura U.S. Show More Summary
Less than a month ago, Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said that Bittorrent traffic drops as Netflix traffic grows. read more
Last week, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos suggested that when the company launches in a new territory, and as the service’s traffic grows, BitTorrent traffic takes a hit. The... Keep reading ?
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos admits that he and Ron Howard has had discussions about Howard's proposed adaptation of Stephen King's "The Dark Tower."
Video streaming giant Netflix believes that making content available is the best way to beat online piracy, and the company has data to back this up. Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos reveals that ISPs are noticing a drop in BitTorrent traffic every time they launch in a new territory. Show More Summary