According to TFW2005.com, Hasbro’s Executive Vice President and Chief Content Officer, Stephen Davis, confirmed plans that Paramount Pictures and director Michael Bay are developing Transformers 5, 6, 7, and 8 up to 2025. Davis spoke...Show More Summary
Get ready for more Transformers movies. A lot more. Four more films based on the Hasbro toys are in the works for the next decade, bringing the total number of Transformers movies to eight. Hasbro chief content officer and executiveShow More Summary
Today, the controversial Josh Tyrangiel leaves his jobs as editor of Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Media’s chief content officer. How significant a legacy does he leave?
EXCLUSIVE: Drew Simon has joined STX Entertainment as SVP Production. Simon was previously VP of film at the Mark Gordon Company. The news was announced by STX president and chief content officer Oren Aviv and head of production Cathy Schulman. Simon joins Robert Simonds’ burgeoning film company as it produces and releases a slate of 12-15 features. Show More Summary
There are not one but two renowned Defenders of Humanity on this week’s episode of The Showrunner. Sonia Simone, Chief Content Officer for Rainmaker Digital, joins Jerod Morris and Jonny Nastor to discuss how your podcast can (and should) fit into your overall content marketing mix. Show More Summary
Neil Hunt, Netflix's chief product officer, has told Gizmodo that the service won't offer offline playback of content because it will create a "paradox of choice" that will leave some users "paralysed" and unable to use Netflix. Speaking at IFA in Berlin, Hunt said that "one of the things I've learned is that every time you offer a choice [i.e. Show More Summary
MEDIA TOASTER DEBUTS Media Toaster is a brand new, Burbank-based facility, specializing in innovative and proprietary filmed entertainment content delivery and post production technology. Chief Technical Officer, Michael Meis, helms the company's technical operations working alongside Director of Post Production, Mike DeFusco. Show More Summary
Netflix and Epix are going their separate ways. The news was announced yesterday in a blog post by Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos. This means that blockbusters like Transformers: Age of Extinction, Hunger […]
If you've been meaning to watch The Hunger Games on Netflix, you better do it now while you still have the chance. In a blog post Sunday, Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos stated that Netflix isn't renewing its license with Epix, which means they'll be losing such popular films... More »
A major shakeup at one of the largest multichannel networks, as Erin McPherson is departing as chief content officer of Maker Studios. A Maker Studios spokeswoman told Adweek the departure was a "mutual agreement" between McPherson and the Disney-owned company and that Maker has no immediate plans to replace her. Show More Summary
Maker Studios is undergoing a major reshuffling of executive talent. The YouTube multi-channel network’s Chief Content Officer Erin McPherson and Senior Vice President of Marketing Jeremy Welt have officially left the company. McPherson worked at Maker for over two years, before the MCN’s acquisition by Disney in March 2014. Show More Summary
“Netflix’s move into the film — and film festival — business has proved controversial. At Cannes in May, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos was lambasted by French reporters. One accused him and his company of destroying Europe’s ‘film ecosystem’ by drawing audiences away from theaters.”
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has listed his Beverly Hills home for $9.35 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. He and his wife, former US ambassador to the Bahamas Nicole Avant, first purchased the home from noted fashion designer Max Azria for $5.41 million in 2000. Show More Summary
Producer and Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos and his wife, former ambassador Nicole Avant, have put their home in the Beverly Hills flats area on the market for $9.35 million.
Pluto TV, an L.A.-based video streaming startup targeting cord cutters, has just made a significant new hire: the company is bringing on Ken Parks, previously the chief content officer at Spotify, to serve as Pluto TV’s executive chairman. Read More
Ken Parks, Spotify’s chief content officer and one of the company's longest-serving executives, is leaving the company. Parks is headed to another startup — streaming television service, Pluto TV, where he'll be their executive chairman. Show More Summary
Ken Parks, Spotify’s chief content officer and one of its longest-serving executives, will become Pluto TV’s executive chairman in October.
“It’s less than three years since Netflix debuted its first original series — Lilyhammer, recently cancelled after three seasons — and Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said the service expects to roll out 16 scripted dramas, nine original documentaries, three documentary series, 12 comedy specials and 17 children’s series in 2015 for a total […]
This article originally appeared in New York magazine. Just before the February 2013 debut of House of Cards, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos revealed his game plan for the streaming service. “The goal,” he told GQ, “is to...Show More Summary
Why Are B2B Content Strategies Important – The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council launched a new study centered on how marketing can more effectively generate qualified sales leads through compelling thought leadership content – a task that has proven to be a struggle for marketers today. Find out more from this great infographic. Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) [...]Show More Summary