Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph reflects on how a single idea revolutionized film and TV
Just over 20 years ago, Marc Randolph had an idea that would go on to transform all of film and television: it was called Netflix. The co-founder and one-time CEO of Netflix has now published a memoir called That Will Never Work: The Birth of Netflix and the Amazing Life of an Idea. Randolph joined q's Tom Power on the line from California to talk about the rapid rise of the entertainment giant and how the magic of a single idea would come to revolutionize an entire industry.
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