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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 14:51 [#02624118]
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when she needs to "think"


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 14:53 [#02624119]
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this article is unreadable. that's my point. good day


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 14:58 [#02624120]
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Bajaria met, seemingly for my benefit, with a group of
aspiring Spanish screenwriters and filmmakers from the
company’s “Grow Creative” initiative, a program to
“up-level local talent pools,” including crew workers,
many of whom are then put to use staffing Netflix
productions. Dean Garfield, the company’s Jamaican-born,
Singapore-based V.P. of public policy, told me that when
cultivating relationships with new countries he promises
that Netflix will foster both economic growth and “a
deeper affinity for their culture around the world.” When
this pitch doesn’t work, Netflix has sometimes been able
to pay its way to coöperation. In 2020, after years of
tense diplomacy with France’s proudly insular
entertainment industry, including a standoff with the Cannes
Film Festival, the company achieved a delicate détente by
committing to investing heavily in what a press release
called “French series and films for French people.”
Netflix is now one of the country’s largest producers of
content, releasing about twenty films and series a year,
though perhaps its best-known program set in France is still
Darren Star’s American ex-pat rom-com “Emily in
Paris,” which is about as French as a Starbucks
croissant.


it's comforting that even the person writing this begins to
become nauseous herself towards the end


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 15:00 [#02624121]
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Raphael Bob-Waksberg recalled that when “BoJack
Horseman” débuted, in 2014, Netflix promoted it
generously. The series skewered the cynical
self-justifications of Hollywood types, and there was
something poetic about it airing on the upstart platform
seeking to transform the industry.


nope, we're back to me wanting to beat you with a sack full
of nickels. -1/5 stars


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 15:11 [#02624122]
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Bajaria pointed out that TV shows have always sunk or
swum with the ratings. Michael Schur told me that what feels
different in streaming is the capriciousness of the
platforms’ data-driven demands. “The sands are shifting
all the time,” he said. “It’s very hard to learn what
the rules are.”


why not just be honest and write "the netflix people spouted
a bunch of obvious generalities and i'm going to weave a
bunch of buzzwords in on top of that so we all sound smart"


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 15:13 [#02624123]
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"and they also basically said they had no idea about" THE
CAPRICIOUSNESS OF THE PLATFORMS' DATA-DRIVEN DEMANDS

you want some writing? here is some genuine US govt copy:

Jimmy Carter will be configured with an advanced
communications mast to support the high-volume data
requirements of network-centric warfare


you are trying to write this sort of crap in a new
yorker
article and you can't even do that properly


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 15:18 [#02624124]
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someone, please continue and quote something else terrible
from this article; i just can't do it anymore


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 15:20 [#02624125]
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“People love to click on stories about us,” she said.
“Netflix has great S.E.O.”


why am i doing this to myself


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 15:21 [#02624126]
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obviously people are simple machines that will increase your
profit margins forever if you have good S.E.O. -- and
good S.E.O. means people like you, clearly. alternate
freaking universe


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-01-12 18:03 [#02624127]
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fuller quote

“People love to click on stories about us,” she said.
“Netflix has great S.E.O.” She was advising her content
teams to tune out the “noise” and the financial
pressures and focus instead on what they could control. As
she put it, “What we can do is be always audience-centric:
Who is this show for? If you like this show, then we’re
gonna give you this other thing you like. If you do that,
people are gonna watch the shows, and all of those things
will help the stock.” Netflix’s stock price has not
recovered from its springtime slump. But by the end of the
year Bajaria was reminding me that three recent series—the
new season of “Stranger Things,” “Dahmer,” and Tim
Burton’s Addams Family spinoff, “Wednesday”—had
become its biggest English-language releases of all time.
“Look at the hit rate,” she told me. “That’s all
I’m saying.”


so what you're saying is, "look at all the web hits news
stories about netflix series are getting," and that's all
you're fucking saying. i skimmed through a few articles
about the latter two, but i haven't seen any of these shows,
nor their others getting "hits," nor do i plan to. it's
just... well, they have good SEO, so stories about shows,
show up spammed in the news; i read them sometimes. this
does not mean i like the shows. it's more like: oh, hmm,
what'd they do with that? oh ok. still never in hell
subscribing. this does not mean i like you


 


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