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...Show More Summary
Watch out "Real Housewives," "Big Brother," and "Survivor" — Netflix is getting into the reality TV business. "We are embarking on a lot of unscripted programming," Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said during a Royal Television...Show More Summary
Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg vowed to improve the company's content monitoring system after the flap last week over its removal -- and later reinstatement -- of an iconic Vietnam War photograph that shows a naked 9-year-old girl fleeing a napalm attack.
Cynthia Erivo sits next to Hearst chief content officer Joanna Coles while attending the Marissa Webb fashion show held during New York Fashion Week on Thursday (September 8) at The Gallery, Skylight at Clarkson Sq in New York City. The 29-year-old actress, who won the Tony Award this year for her work in Broadway’s The [...]
Brooklyn-based Vice Media has named Tom Punch chief commercial and creative officer, putting him in charge of commercial content and operations for Vice's growing fleet of media offerings, including the TV network Viceland, in partnership with A&E. "Tom has been a huge addition since joining Vice," said Vice co-president Andrew Creighton. Show More Summary
Newly created position will also encompass TV and live events.
Joanna Coles, who has served as Cosmopolitan’s editor-in-chief since 2012, is set to become Hearst’s answer to Anna Wintour as the company’s first “chief content officer,” the company announced on Tuesday. Michele Promaulayko, who previously served as editor-in-chief of Yahoo Health, has been announced as Coles’s replacement. Show More Summary
Joanna Coles' steady rise to the top at Hearst Magazines has reached a new high, with the well-regarded Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief (and two-time Adweek Hot List Editor of the Year) being promoted today to chief content officer, a new...Show More Summary
New role encompasses magazines, TV and live events.
Hearst announced that Ms. Coles would become its first chief content officer, overseeing the global magazine business and exploring new partnerships.
Marcello Magalhaes, Chief Strategy Officer, Leo Burnett US Navigate the proliferation of screens and narratives to curate content and achieve relevancy, says Leo Burnett US Chief Strategy Officer Marcello Magalhaes Given the advancement...Show More Summary
Next month Vice will be launching a new nightly news program on HBO. Titled Vice News Tonight, the show will run weeknights for 48 weeks during the year. Former editor of Bloomberg Businessweek and chief content officer for Bloomberg Media, Josh Tyrangiel, has been hired by Vice to oversee the project. The move comes as […]
Veteran television executive Samie Kim Falvey has been tapped to serve as chief content officer for the as-yet-unnamed premium video service being launched by AwesomenessTV and Verizon. The service was first announced back in April,Show More Summary
Longtime ABC head of comedy Samie Falvey is leaving the network to become chief content officer at the premium content service planned by AwesomenessTV and Verizon. The new service, which will be a stand-alone brand and business wholly-owned by AwesomenessTV, stems from a deal in April in which Verizon bought a 24.5% stake in AwesomenessTV. Show More Summary
At the TCA press tour, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos revealed the Marvel Television shows wouldn't arrive on Netflix until at least 2018.
Entertainment Weekly recently interviewed Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos about the decision not to acquire Marvel's "AGENT CARTER" after it was canceled following two seasons on ABC. Sarandos explained the reason saying:Show More Summary
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos reveals why he thought "Agent Carter" wasn't worth picking up.
Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos addressed the perennial elephant in the room at any Netflix press events right off the bat today. “Let’s talk about ratings,” he said at the opening of Netflix’s TCA executive session. There was talk but there were no revelations as Netflix continues to closely guard ratings information for its shows. Show More Summary
The current fintech explosion is aimed fairly and squarely at disrupting the financial sector, the industry where I have spent the majority of my career. As chief product and content officer for the Financial and Risk business at Thomson...Show More Summary
Last week’s leadership shakeup at Time Inc was just the beginning of the reshuffling process. Today, newly named Chief Content Officer Alan Murray unveiled his own restructuring for the editorial ranks at some of the nation’s best known publications. He divided the titles into four groups with Editorial Directors who’ll report to him. Show More Summary