COVID-19 hits Netflix entertainment too
Netflix has announced US $ 100 million in support reason of coronavirus unemployed film workers.
Netflix is a popular United States entertainment streaming company worldwide.
Issuing a written message on March 20, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos confirmed that “In the wake of the world random Covid-19, the recreation area is equally damaged.
Due to the affected an industry as a whole, the electricians, carpenters, drivers associated, low-income artists and production workers as well as numerous artists and craftsmen who all worked as bells in accordance with the project contract are also affected in their day laborers and their lives too.
Suddenly losing work these people had Netflix on their side and will in the future.
Thus, he said, about $ 15 million has been allocated to those who have become unemployed due to lack of work. Not only in the United States, but also Europe, Latin America, and Asian companies that work with Netflix.
Corona’s unemployed workers will also be part of the aid, he writes and added the amount of time spent in the uncertainties associated with the shooting set will also be subject to this money.
“The money will be spent as an emergency relief supply for these workers,” he added.
Netflix was founded on August 29, 1997 by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph in Scotts Valley, California of the USA. It is primarily capable of sending media and various needs through online and DVD mail, Netflix subsequently expanded to film and small-screen serial, film management, as well as introduced Internet-based online movie distribution.
The company entered the content (drama, film, video) production industry in 2013, their first-ever directing series, and they debuted with House of Cards. Since then both film and television serials have expanded to the point where they deliver their own “Netflix Original” series through the Film Online Library.
In 2016, Netflix released an estimated 126 self-directed episodes and films, far more than any other Internet-based company and television channel in general.
As of October 2017, Netflix had 109.25 million subscribers worldwide, of which 52.77 million in the United States alone.
Their efforts are to create ever-new content, protect the appropriate rights to additional content, And because of its diversification in 190 countries, the company has raised its debt by over a billion dollars in its list of long-term borrowing companies: That’s US $ 21.96 billion as of September 2017, And that’s up from US $ 16.8 billion in the same period a year ago.
Netflix’s headquarters are located at 100 Winchester Circle in downtown La Gates, California, USA. They also have several offices located in the Netherlands, Brazil, Bangladesh, India, Japan, and North Korea. Currently, Netflix has already stopped shooting all series including ‘The Witcher’ or ‘Stranger Things’ due to coronavirus.
(Based on Worldnews 24 daily’s inputs)