Netflix has achieved to be the foremost streaming service to reach the levels of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), according to The Hollywood Reporter. Supposedly, MPAA is most commanding lobbying group in Hollywood. It is the first time that an internet-based non-studio has been offered the membership to the almost 97-year-old trade association that symbolizes about six legacy Hollywood studios. All these studios supported the streaming firm’s latest membership.
Charlie Rivkin, CEO, MPAA, proclaimed that he was happy to welcome Netflix as the associate for the MPAA and its member firms. He added that all of the association members are dedicated to pushing the company and television sector forward, in both how stories are presented and how the industry reaches to its audiences. Rivkin stated that Netflix addition will let the organization to even more efficiently advocate for the worldwide population of creative storytellers.
On a similar note, Netflix recently rolled out a novel integration. This feature lets Instagram Stories users involve linked artwork for its TV shows and movies directly in posts. This feature will work for Netflix’s unique content and 3rd-party studios’ content as well. Reported by Variety, Netflix recently introduced the novel Instagram Stories share feature.
A Netflix spokesperson stated that the firm is always on the lookout for methods to make it simpler for members to share the Netflix titles they are obsessing about. The firm also aims to assist them to find something novel to watch. He added that the firm hopes its members will enjoy this latest feature. However, with the latest option, Netflix is not letting users share the main footage from its content library. But, the artwork of movies and TV shows can be shared. With Instagram Stories, an individual gets the ability to add stickers, text, and so on.