Written by Amanda Smith
If you’re a performing artist or producer in Hollywood, it’s difficult to miss the banner Netflix has planted in Tinseltown. The organization’s new 14-story tower can be seen from miles away in Los Angeles, topped by the Netflix logo.
Inside, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos is enrolling some of TV’s best producers and directors. Since Netflix Inc. streamed its first unique series “Lilyhammer” in 2012, the organization has become a standout amongst the most profitable TV networks by purchasing shows from others.
Presently, with a $16 billion spending plan, Netflix means to end up on top as the world’s biggest creator of amusement, creating programs simply like current top-notch VOD platforms including CBS Corp.
Recently, Netflix has signed Shonda Rhimes, maker of ABC’s VOD content such as Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, to a long term deal; employed an official to create unique children shows; and purchased a graphic novel distributor. Netflix Studios is delivering around 75 percent of the organization’s new ventures, as per Sarandos, the key structure of a lineup this year …