The co-CEO of Netflix was to have a fiery conversation in 2020 during the 41st edition of the celebration in the Canadian Rockies before the epidemic delayed his appearance by a year. Organizers said Ted Sarandos, co-CEO of Netflix, is set to deliver a keynote speech at the upcoming Virtual Banff World Media Festival.
Ted Sar andos
As the content boss of Netflix, Sarandos oversees the teams responsible for producing original series such as Stranger Things and Umbrella Academy, and films such as Alfonso Cuern’s Roma, Marriage Story, and Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman. Netflix’s international offerings include Dark (Germany) La Casa de Papel (Spain), Sacred Games (India), and The Witcher (Poland). Regulating Ted Sarandos’ long-awaited bank presence by the Canadian government and the large U.S.
Streaming and tech players like Netflix. In late 2010, Netflix entered the Canadian market and has since established major production centers for the online giant in Toronto and Vancouver as the streamer is internationally available in 190 countries. Ted Sarandos participated in Banff in 2011, with Netflix being honored by Utsav in 2011.
“Netflix Canada celebrates its 10th anniversary as the festival welcomes them (Ted Sarandos), which is sure to be a motivational keynote conversation, outlining its global vision and tackling some of the biggest questions in the industry and where It continues. Seismic Changes, ” Jane Kuzimak, executive director of the Banff World Media Festival, said in a statement. The 42nd Banff World Media Festival will take place from approximately June 14 to July 16, 2021.