"Just two months ago, Ted Sarandos, one of the company's co-CEOs, said he didn't see live sports as a priority for Netflix or as a path...
The Netflix CEO sent an internal memo discussing the diversity of its products and suggested that some content may conflict with people’s personal beliefs.
People are always on the hunt for free-content; there is no better time than now for radio to remind the world what it does best.
"Netflix has been clear in recent weeks. The company likes sports content. It just doesn't see itself following Apple and Amazon into the realm of bidding...
Stelter stated to anchor Kate Bolduan that the company became “high on their own supply” of content.
"Sarandos said that when it comes to competitions, there is a reason Netflix is focused on gaming and not on live sports rights."
"There is no indication on whether it will be a single film or a multi-episode series."
“It does sound good to just throw $30 billion into shows and then you own that. But there’s no guarantee with that.”
"It looks like the tennis series will start off with a bang due to the events that have ensued dealing with top-ranked player Novak Djokovic. "
Travis is speaking about the drama at Netflix that started with comedian Dave Chapelle pushing back against the cancel culture.