Tudum, which features news, interviews, and other fan content was launched in December
Netflix has laid off the Tudum editorial staff months after it launched, a website that publishes news and interviews as well as other fan content. Tudum is part of the company’s marketing department and includes people who work on entertainment, news, and lifestyle content.
According to one source, most of the Tudum culture trends and trends team of 10 people were let go. According to them, the staff was not informed of the layoffs in advance. Other workers discovered that their colleagues had been laid off via Twitter. According to the person, many of the writers were former journalists who Netflix lured from other outlets. Another person claims that news about layoffs in other teams is coming soon. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of any additional layoffs.
Netflix did not respond immediately to a request for comment. The protocol stated that the company did not intend to close Tudum, and called it an “important priority”.
These layoffs come after, the streaming giant, lost its subscribers last week for the first time in over a decade.