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This Leadership Move Shows That Netflix Is Focusing on Hollywood, Not Silicon Valley

1 month ago   |   By Fortune

In 2016, Fortune wrote about how Netflix had become Hollywood's Silicon Valley frenemy, insinuating itself into the industry from a healthy 350 miles away. But a series of recent investments and leadership decisions might show that Netflix doesn't just want to be Hollywood adjacent-it wants to be Hollywood.
The latest indication of this comes in the form of significant managerial restructuring. Bloomberg reports that Netflix's next chief marketing officer won't report to its Bay Area-based CEO, as does its soon-to-be-former CMO Kelly Bennett , who announced his departure two weeks...
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