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Trump starts hiring for Netflix competitor, TMTG+

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President Trump’s social media and technology company, Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), has posted two new job openings for its TMTG+ streaming service.

TMTG+ is expected to provide entertainment, news, documentaries, podcasts, and more. The job openings, which were posted Wednesday, add that content on TMTG+ will be “rooted in free speech.”

The first job opening is for a Content Acquisition Professional who will “oversee content licensing and acquisition.” The second job opening is for a Content Development Manager who will “generate and develop internal concepts for original unscripted content, short form series episodes and specials.”

TMTG+ is being led by former NBC producer Scott St. John who’s the producer of several popular game shows including “Deal or No Deal,” “Match Game,” and “America’s Got Talent.”

TMTG+ is one of three brands under the TMTG umbrella with the other two being the social media platform Truth Social and the news network TMTG News. Truth Social is currently the only TMTG brand that has a live product and it recently topped the App Store charts.

The launch date, price, or planned titles for TMTG+ aren’t yet known but it’s expected to compete with other streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+.

TMTG+’s promise to be rooted in free speech could set it apart from these other streaming services which have censored classic movies, classic TV shows, and popular documentaries.

The success of author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s recent documentary, “2000 Mules,” reflects the appetite for independent, uncensored streaming services. D’Souza distributed the movie directly through the free speech platforms Rumble and Locals and it was reportedly the most successful political documentary in a decade.

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