Netflix Inc. has appointed a new communications chief who announced the hiring in talks at work about two months after the former executive's dismissal for use of a racist slur.
The streaming content company said that they hired
as Chief Communications Officer, bring them out
which she joined last year as Vice President of Communications.
In June, Netflix Chief Executive
said he has fired the company's previous chief communications executive,
for using the "N word" in conversation with colleagues, including black staff at Netflix. Mr. Friedland has apologized for his remarks. He did not use the bow on any colleague, the journal reported earlier.
Paramount Television's President of Viacom Inc. was dismissed, and the founder of Papa Johns International Inc. resigned, both over inappropriate remarks last month.
wife. Whetstone has also worked as a UK policy advisor and senior communications and public policy executive for Google and Uber Technologies Inc., according to Netflix. She will start at Los Gatos, California, after leaving her current job for several weeks, a spokesperson said.
"Their deep knowledge and international expertise will be invaluable in bringing Netflix and its expanding lineup from original content to an increasingly global audience," Mr. Hastings said in prepared notes.
"It was amazing to be able to learn from one of the best in this past year, we are grateful for what Rachel has brought our team, and we know that she will continue to be successful at Netflix "said Vice President of Communications at Facebook
said in a statement. Ms Marooney will continue the communication efforts on Facebook.
Netflix shares rose 1
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