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Norman Pearlstine Talks Advertising

Norman Pearlstine, Time Inc.’s chief content officer, is no stranger to the world of advertising. In his role at Time, he has to guide the company through the nasty waters of the magazine world, somehow keeping it afloat. So when The Washington Post asked him about Time Inc.’s approach to ad dollars, he had plenty to say. Show More Summary

There’s only one way to stop native advertising from ruining journalism: Embrace it

2 weeks agoTechnology : Pando Daily

Shane Snow is going to save journalism — that is, if he doesn’t destroy it first. Snow is the chief creative officer of Contently, a New York firm specializing in that most distrusted and despised of advertising products: Sponsored content. Show More Summary

Netflix Is Planning To Make Way More Original Shows Than We Thought

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 Wants To Put Out New Original Content Every Two And A Half Weeks

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 exec: we want to be everywhere in the world in five years

2 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : NewTeeVee

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,…

Netflix Wants to Premiere Shows Every Two Weeks

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 »

Netflix Chief Content Officer Plays Fan Excuse Bingo

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.

Here's How Netflix Snagged Tina Fey's New Show From NBC

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

Netflix’s Ted Sarandos on Why He Picked Up the Tina Fey Show NBC Passed On

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 »

NYT Scoops Up Former NPR Exec Kinsey Wilson

NPR’s former vice president and and chief content officer, Kinsey Wilson, who was ousted in October, will be the first ever editor for innovation and strategy at The New York Times. Wilson, who has served in top roles at other majorShow More Summary

NY Times Names First Innovation and Strategy Editor

The New York Times has named Kinsey Wilson editor for innovation and strategy, a new role at the paper. Wilson comes to the Times from NPR, where he served as executive VP and chief content officer since 2008. At the Times, Wilson will...Show More Summary

'New York Times' Hires Former NPR Executive To Lead Digital Push

last monthNews : The Two-Way

Kinsey Wilson was NPR's chief content officer when he was forced out last month by the network's new CEO, Jarl Mohn.

Why technology and content are inseparable at Netflix

last monthTechnology : GigaOM

Netflix Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt spoke with Gigaom about how important data science and cloud computing are to the company's business, as well as why the internet is the perfect…

CQ Roll Call Names David Ellis as Chief Content Office

CQ Roll Call announced today that their current vice president of news, David Ellis, would be promoted to chief content office. Ellis will replace David Rapp in the top editorial position. “David Ellis has brought world class expectations...Show More Summary

New York Post Stirring Up Drama at NBC News

The New York Post continues to stir the pot at NBC News. According to Richard Johnson, NBC is eyeing Bloomberg Media chief content officer Josh Tyrangiel to replace Deborah Turness as president of NBC News. The Post also mentions “Today”...Show More Summary

Hasbro Promotes Stephen Davis to Chief Content Officer

He will also retain oversight of the company’s L.A.-based Hasbro Studios unit and focus on new film label Allspark Pictures read more

Hasbro Promotes Stephen Davis To EVP/Chief Content Officer

Hasbro has upped veteran exec Stephen Davis to the newly created role of EVP-Chief Content Officer. He now will be responsible for developing content for Hasbro's brands across multiple platforms. He had been president of Hasbro Studios...Show More Summary

Mark Ciardi’s Aspire Entertainment Taps Teri Flynn As Chief Content Officer

EXCLUSIVE: Veteran network exec and producer Teri Flynn has joined Mark Ciardi's Aspire Entertainment as Chief Content Officer and EVP, where she'll help develop content for the new multiplatform production company alongside founder and CEO Mark Ciardi. Show More Summary

U.S.-China Film Summit: Netflix's Sarandos takes aim at theater chains

Ted Sarandos, chief content officer for Netflix, took another poke at the movie theater industry on Wednesday.

U.S.-China Film Summit: Netflix's Sarandos takes aim at theater chains

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Ted Sarandos, chief content officer for Netflix, took another poke at the movie theater industry on Wednesday.

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