Listen: Apple, Oprah Winfrey And Chris Rock discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"Of the printed print pieces about whether or not apple is really trying to be family friendly ended ended up whenever challenging show that I don't think that's the case at all. I don't think they wanna do, you know, truly dark sort of sopranos game of thrones levels of sex and violence and their shows been perhaps because it could be a relatively free service. But I don't think you know, I think people think that it's another place to sell their shows. And they've got a big checkbook they've got executives that they know and respect they've been working with for decades Sonian and other another studios and networks across the team. And I think they're waiting to see. All right. Well, let's they they've got you know, Oprah Winfrey. Now. Know one hundred billion or whatever it is devices in your pockets. They think okay. This is a platform they in in apple we trust, you know, sometimes apple messes up. We've we've seen that before this could be one of those examples, but I don't see any indication of it whenever I talked to HBO I had Josh safe pan. Who runs AMC he's going to be on the the segment after this and ask them about competing with a net. Flicks is an apples of the world. They all have a version. It's as an I think Bob last said something effective this a little while ago. Netflixing apple they just too much stuff. You can't find this stuff. You want your if you're Chris rock or whatever your stuff gets lost? And this is the counter of the fact that these guys have just basically unlimited funds or seemingly unlimited funds, do"