Juliano’s not resting on her recent accomplishments, which include driving innovative product launches with Amazon, Apple TV and Roku. Instead, she’s focusing current efforts on further amplifying the company’s TV Everywhere footprint with the rollout of on-domain products across several platforms. Juliano’s a frequent panelist at industry seminars and there’s a reason for that—she’s not afraid to speak the truth on topics like making sure Me Too doesn’t lose steam. “A continued focus on transparency, corporate cultural evolution and promoting diversity of thought and understanding will be crucial,” notes Juliano, who says she’s never felt better having gone gluten-, caffeine-, and dairy-free.
What are your thoughts on the industry’s current response to the Me Too movement, and its treatment of men who have been accused of sexual harassing and/or assaulting women and men? Are there other steps you feel should be taken?
The initial response to the #metoo movement has been promising however persistence will be required to enable long-term change. A continued focus on transparency, corporate cultural evolution and promoting diversity of thought and understanding will be crucial.
What’s been the most dramatic change in your sector of the business today vs. three years ago?
The continued proliferation of digital streaming, new forms of content access, emerging content types and consumer expectations around value and user experience.