In Netflix's quest to become a global operation, it has an increasing interest in global rights to shows, chief content officer Ted Sarandos said Wednesday at an investor conference.
In a sign of its growing influence in the film sphere, Netflix will be given a prominent perch at the Cannes Film Market. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos will sit down for an In Conversation session on May 15 within the NEXT program that’s dedicated to the future of cinema. Show More Summary
Chief content officer Ted Sarandos, meanwhile, received $8.8 million as the second-highest-paid executive at the video streaming company. read more
If you've missed the Bluths, get excited: Arrested Development might be getting another season. Last year, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told USA Today he's "positive" the show will return, saying, "It's just a matter of...Show More Summary
In a bare room called The Crown in a nondescript office in central London, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, otherwise known as the man who brought us Kevin Spacey’s House of Cards, explains how his on-demand internet streaming service will be “practically global by 2016”. Founded in 1997...
At tonight’s Chapman University panel “The New Era of Television”, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos took a beat to get a good word in about the Wachowskis’ upcoming new series Series8 during the first few minutes of the symposium. Show More Summary
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has been named Television Showman of the Year by the publicists’ branch of the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600. He will be honored at the 52nd Annual ICG Publicists Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 20. Sarandos, responsible for Netflix
Netflix has renewed its epic period drama Marco Polo for a second season, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos announced Wednesday at the at the Television Critics Association's winter previews. The series, which launched in December,Show More Summary
PASADENA, Calif. — Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos is holding a hard line on the streaming network's stance on viewer metrics. So, no, they won't be releasing any numbers any time soon "There's no business reason for us to...Show More Summary
At the top of Netflix’s executive session, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos made a slew of announcements. On the heels of the debut of Marco Polo, the streaming service has renewed the adventure series, from the Weinstein Co. and Electus,...Show More Summary
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos refused to answer questions in re whether the streaming operation plans to offer Sony’s controversial movie The Interview any time soon. “I’m not going to talk about The Interview right now,”...Show More Summary
Marvel's Daredevil finally has a premiere date The series starring Charlie Cox as hero Matt Murdock will debut on Netflix Friday, April 10, chief content officer Ted Sarandos announced Wednesday See also: Marvel Premieres Footage ofShow More Summary
Netflix has been expanding into original content over the last several years, putting the binge-watch model on the map. Recently, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos recently came out to explain that the subscription streaming service really wants to continue to expand original product.Click To Continue Reading
Netflix really wants to up its streaming game. Chief content officer Ted Sarandos said he's ready for Netflix to offer much more original content at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference on Monday. Vulture first reported Sarandos's comments. Show More Summary
Netflix wants to be present all around the world before 2020, said the company's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos during an investor event Monday. Speaking at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference,…
If you like Netflix, perhaps you will like even more Netflix: Chief content officer Ted Sarandos said at a conference yesterday that he's looking for a lot more original content. "I think that we can expand on our original programming … from where we are today to probably as many... More »
Fan Excuse Bingo is a staple of this site. Today, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos played the N2 square in a speech at the UBS Global Media & Communications Conference.
Last week, it was announced that new Tina Fey-produced comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" would move from NBC to Netflix before it even aired — a nd now Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos is explaining why. After NBC worriedShow More Summary
At last night's Gotham Independent Film Awards, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos received a career tribute award, and we caught up with him to ask about The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the Ellie Kemper–starring show produced by 30 Rock's Tina Fey and Robert Carlock that Netflix recently picked up for... More »
Last month, Netflix launched in six new European markets and now serves 50M subscribers in 50 countries around the world. Pretty soon, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said this morning, Asia will be the only place Netflix isn't embedded. Show More Summary