Ted Sarandos is in charge of all the content Netflix has to offer and even has the title CCO, Chief Content Officer, and I really hope that comes with some sort of badge. Netflix content is a touchy subject since one person could praise the choice and variety while another person could defame the same content. Sarandos was pretty straight forward when asked a handful of questions by stuff.tv and you can find the whole interview right here.
Some of the answers that stand out include his response to the gap in content between the international market and the US market. He points out that their original content was available right away for all markets but to sync up and manage the litany of licenses could take years to align correctly. Sarandos was also asked about piracy and he pointed out that whenever Netflix opens in new markets torrent traffic drops. He continues to say that criminal action won't stop piracy but having better quality options will, something I think more media companies need to understand. Especially in places that don't have quick and easy access to media.
Ted is asked more about some of the content and older shows that might be revived onto Netflix and some of the technology changes, 3D and 4K, that could be seen on Netflix. I wish the interview was longer and Sarandos could explain more about how their content deals are made why there is a lack of sharing that information. However it is nice to see officers in a company coming out and explaining some parts of their business.