See Netflix’s founder break down the secret to adapting at work

In a special interview with MSNBC’s Ari Melber, Netflix founder Reed Hastings explains how videos have helped many people pass time through the pandemic and how Netflix has worked to empower Black voices in response to the country’s racial reckoning, arguing its competitors should do the same and feature “more Black programming.” Hastings also discusses the political heat big tech faces as the 2020 election fast approaches.

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