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Mitch Hurwitz talks about the progression of Arrested Development for Netflix (2012 NAB Show)

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Published on Apr 18, 2012

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Spotlight Q&A: Ted Sarandos

The Internet and television continue to merge, enabling a new social phenomenon of consumers choosing when, where and how much they want to watch -- on their time and their terms. Netflix is leading this change, with tens of thousands of hours of TV shows and movies to watch instantly on more than 700 consumer electronic devices. In addition, Netflix is offering exclusive and original content with such programs as "Lilyhammer," "House of Cards," "Arrested Development," "Hemlock Grove," and "Orange is the New Black." Hear Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos and members of three of these original productions talk about the evolving strategy of enabling consumers to simply "click and watch."

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