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Time Inc. content chief: writers being judged on ad-friendliness ‘not a big deal’

Time Inc. chief content officer Norman Pearlstine says it’s not a big deal that writers are rated on how “beneficial” they are to advertisers. He tells Gabriel Sherman: For me, it’s not this great example of an issue related to church and state. I think it’s not a big deal. I don’t think it … Read More

Update from Ferguson

[Content Note: Police brutality; victim-blaming; racism.]Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson held a press conference this morning in which the name of the officer who killed Michael Brown was finally made public.During that press conference, Jackson:1. Show More Summary

Confirmed By Will Arnett, Fifth Season Of ‘Arrested Development’ Still Ways Off: VIDEO

The long-gestating fifth season of Arrested Development on Netflix suddenly became a hot topic this week, with both Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos and star Will Arnett confirming that there will be one over the last two days. Show More Summary

Will Arnett Says Arrested Development Season 5 Is "Going to Happen"

Fans thankfully haven't seen the last of the Bluths yet. Days after Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said he was "positive" that Arrested Development would return and that a fifth season was... Read More > Other Links From Arrested Development Jimmy Fallon Will Arnett Mitch Hurwitz The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Will Arnett Confirms 'Arrested Development' Season 5 Is Happening

Netflix finally realized there's always money in the banana stand. The streaming video service made headlines earlier this week when Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said he was "positive" that "Arrested Development" would be coming...Show More Summary

‘Arrested Development’ will return

There are always more episodes in the banana stand. Earlier this week, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos told USA

CHART OF THE DAY: Netflix Is Finally Becoming HBO, Like It Said It Would (NFLX)

Last January, Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos said the company’s “goal is to become HBO faster than HBO can become us.” Well, mission accomplished. According to the latest data provided by the company, which was charted for us by Statista, Netflix has finally passed HBO in subscriber revenue ($1.146 billion vs. Show More Summary

‘Arrested Development’ is Getting a Season 5. Eventually.

Netflix doesn’t want any fans of Arrested Development to worry about the show ending with Season 4, because Season 5 is on the way. At some point anyway. According to Netflix’s Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos, he’s “positive” there will be another season of the show, which was resurrected on the streaming giant. Show More Summary

‘Arrested Development’: Season 5 On The Way?!

Arrested Development fans have long been awaiting word from Netflix to find out whether the show would see a fifth season, and they may finally have an answer. According to Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos told USA Today this week that the fifth season of Arrested Development is “just a matter of when.” While

Netflix Is Giving Arrested Development Another Season

If you've missed the Bluths, get excited: Netflix has suggested Arrested Development might get another season. On Tuesday, chief content officer Ted Sarandos told USA Today he's "positive" the show will return, saying, "It's just a matter of when," and that the cast's schedules need to be figured out. Show More Summary

Arrested Development Season 5 Will Happen... Eventually

Arrested Development will likely be back for Season 5 on Netflix. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos is quoted as expressing certainty that the beloved TV comedy will be back, it's just a matter of when. Click To Continue Reading

‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 Is “Just a Matter of When,” Says Netflix

Get ready for another Bluth family reunion. Arrested Development Season 5 is coming, according to Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos — it’s a question of when, not if. As in, when they’re able to wrangle the cast back together. Show More Summary

'Arrested Development' Season 5: Netflix boss 'positive' it will return

Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos is certain there will be more "Arrested Development." In fact, he's "positive" it will return, he tells USA Today of the resurrected cult comedy hit.The company, which now has more than 50 million subscribers worldwide, brought back the series for an online-only fourth season. Show More Summary

Norman Pearlstine Opens Up

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Norman Pearlstine, Time Inc.’s chief content officer, is not afraid to speak his mind. When Time began selling ads on its cover, Pearlstine brushed aside the notion that the practice was a bad thing, even though it broke ASME’s number one guideline. In a wide-ranging interview with WWD, Pearlstine shares some more thoughts about the industry. Show More Summary

Gotham Awards: Netflix’s Ted Sarandos to Receive Industry Tribute

UPDATED: The chief content officer will be honored at the Manhattan indie-film awards show on Dec. 1. read more

(VIDEO) If "Content Is King," then "Distribution is Queen" as Paid Media is Essential, Mindshare Entertainment Prez David Lang

Mindshare, the media agency within WPP, has created some 250 branded campaigns for video and television over the past 9 years, says David Lang, Chief Content Officer and President of the agency's entertainment division,  in this interview with Beet.TV  On the subject of viral video hits and paid vs. Show More Summary

Netflix Says It Sees Little Change If Fox Acquires Time Warner

“Fox and Warner are both pretty powerful companies today… I don’t know how it changes much if they come together,” Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told analysts today when asked about Rupert Murdoch’s bid for the entertainment...Show More Summary

Norm Pearlstine Chats with the Observer

The transcribed Q&A is relatively brief. But when the interviewee is Time Inc. executive vice president and chief content officer Norm Pearlstine, much of it can be mulled. In answering Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke‘s second question, Pearlstine paints a wonderfully accurate and vivid picture. Show More Summary

How Norm Pearlstine became a fan of The Awl

From Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke’s Q&A with Time Inc. chief content officer Norman Pearlstine: The Awl I had not known, but it [recently] did a lengthy analysis of Entertainment Weekly. There were things I would disagree with, but it was actually a rather remarkable assemblage. Norm Pearlstine on standing in checkout lines and The Awl ( … Read More

Dynamic Female Duo Now at the Helm of SheKnows

The best way to frame FishbowlNY’s phone conversation today with Lea Ann Leming, chief content officer of SheKnows (pictured, right), and newly hired editor-in-chief Amy Boshnack (pictured, below) is as follows. The company has beenShow More Summary

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