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Netflix employees talking about work and life at Netflix, hosted by Netflix Senior Software Engineer Lyle Troxell.
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In this special season of the WeAreNetflix Podcast, our host, Lyle Troxell, chats with Netflix colleagues from around the globe on various topics about Netflix's workplace culture. In this episode, we focus on feedback. Openness to feedback is one of the signature aspects of Netflix’s culture.
Over the last year, Netflix’s TikTok following grew by 10.5 million people -- more than any other brand. On this episode of WeAreNetflix, we talk to Gena-mour, Jimena and Kelli who manage Netflix’s TikTok accounts for the U.K, Latin America and the United States, discussing how they use TikTok to engage with fans of Netflix’s films and series.
Kicking off Season 4 of the WeAreNetflix Podcast are William Horberg (Executive Producer of The Queen’s Gambit) and Blair Fetter (Director of Original Series at Netflix) for an inside look on the creative partnership between Netflix and The Queen's Gambit producers to bring this beloved series to life.
In any given year, India produces more movies than any other nation on earth -- hundreds more than the United States even. On this episode of the We Are Netflix podcast, we’re joined by Monika Shergill, Vice President of Content at Netflix India, and Srishti Arya, Director of Original Film at Netflix India. They paint a picture of the robust film and television industry in India, including Netflix’s participation in it.
Noelle Green, Director of Production Management, explains the initiative to increase representation and diversity in Netflix’s productions through its program called ION (Inclusion, Outreach, and Networking).
Recorded prior to Covid-19, a behind the scenes look at Netflix’s efforts around building a studio in the cloud, with a focus on both Netflix’s production and post-production application efforts including studio media management.
Co-CEO Reed Hastings discusses his new book, No Rules Rules (co-written by culture expert Erin Meyer), which pulls back the curtain on Netflix’s work culture including his thoughts on the first days of Netflix, how candor leads to excellence, streaming competition, and reflections on the infamous Qwikster decision. Visit norulesrules.com to get your copy today!
In Part 2, Vernā Myers (Head of Inclusion) and Wade Davis (Vice President of Inclusion) explore what it will take to create an anti-racist organization at Netflix, and the implications for hiring, leadership, and company culture.
In part one of this two-part series, Vernā Myers (Head of Inclusion at Netflix) and Wade Davis (Vice President of Inclusion) discuss the effects of anti-Blackness, the importance of recognizing racial inequities in the workplace and helping employees to understand their role in ending those disparities.
Vice President of Original Series Andy Weil and Director of Product Innovation Carla Engelbrecht discuss how content and product worked together to launch Interactive Storytelling at Netflix. Using Bandersnatch as a case study, they pull back the curtain on the software they had to create, how it required more than 110 rounds of editing, and what’s next in the space of interactive for Netflix.
Creative Production at Netflix is a bit like air traffic control for a piece of content landing on the service. Whether it is subtitles, dubbing, tagging, trailers, imagery, marketing assets, and more - creative production is truly the intersection of content, marketing, and product. Rochelle King, Vice President of the team, discusses how being a leader means making as few decisions as possible, leaving Netflix for Spotify and then coming back, and what type of skills they look for as they grow creative production on a global scale.
Legal at Netflix

Legal at Netflix

2020-01-2140:26

After 18 years of being at Netflix and growing from a team of 1 to more than 650, David Hyman - General Counsel for Netflix - discusses what risk and innovation on the legal team looks like, what qualities they look for when hiring, and just what happened with that Stranger Things cease and desist letter.
S2: Netflix Brazil

S2: Netflix Brazil

2020-01-0433:112

Thiago Lopes, Vice President of Marketing for Brazil, discusses Netflix’s marketing strategy and how autonomy and decision-making works regionally in a global company.
S2: Netflix Korea

S2: Netflix Korea

2019-12-2154:055

Jinah Kim (Director of Marketing, Korea) and Minyoung Kim (Director of Content, Korea) join us to discuss Netflix’s growth in Korea, the journey from script to screen with the Netflix original Kingdom, and how inclusion and diversity differs in Korea.
In part 2 of our special episodes highlighting Netflix Animation, we focus on the Netflix Animation studio featuring our head of character animation, James Baxter, and Netflix animation studio creative director, Phil Rynda.
In a special two part series focusing on Netflix Animation, we reveal what’s on the horizon for Netflix in the Animation space. In episode 1 we have Melissa Cobb, head of Original Animation, and Mike Moon, head of Adult Animation, discuss what it is like to be a creative executive and their experiences working at Netflix.
Bela Bajaria, Netflix’s Vice President of International Originals, discusses her journey from an assistant to content executive, what’s on the horizon for Netflix original content outside of the United States, and how the Netflix culture allows writers and showrunners to let their creative visions thrive.
Director of EU Public Policy, Marzena Rembowski, discusses as we grow within Europe, how our business interacts with governments and how these decisions impact and shape the broader ecosystem of Netflix as a company.
Carmen Verrier, Director of Marketing for Benelux & Nordics and Jacek Ambrosiewicz Marketing Manager with a focus on Poland and Romania, discuss their experiences working at Netflix, promoting our original titles, and the challenges of emerging markets.
Business Development at Netflix is not just about deals - it is about building partnerships that are mutually beneficial. Vice President of Business Development, Maria Ferreras, discusses business development partnerships within the EMEA region, including Telefonica and Sky and why she chose to join Netflix after 10 years working for Google and YouTube.
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Eliana Dos Santos

nossa ela é linda

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We are netflix and We will consume

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