I'm a writer and producer myself, so I understand the concerns of the content creators. But it's funny how "creative" types whine about the importance of their freedom in the creative process, but then they hypocritically want to limit the freedom of the viewers in how they view the content they've paid to see. Netflix and other "streamers" (as well as Vidangel and other filtering companies) are not altering the content. Rather they are giving viewers freedom of CHOICE. Isn't that what art is all about? Personally, if my option as a creator is to have someone watch my work as THEY want to (and paying for it) vs. not seeing it at all, I'll take the former. Get over it, and find a more important hill to die on!
After listening to the "like" first few minutes of the podcast I can't continue, although the content is "like" interesting. I'm so distracted by the "like" potty mouth of Charles Haine that I can't enjoy the content. I'm not a prude, just a professional. That kind of teenage vulgarity has no place in a professional discussion.