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Chick-fil-A Getting Into Entertainment Business As It Scales Up Its Non-Food Offerings

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Chick-fil-A is looking to hire an entertainment producer to oversee the production of original scripted and unscripted shows for its upcoming family-friendly platform called PLAY app.

The content will include podcasts, animation, reality and game shows, and live-action programming.

The company aims to create content that fosters connection, care, and community, with a focus on family audience expectations. (Trending: Pro Sport Announces Shock Decision On Transgender Athletes)

The job posting requires at least five years of relevant experience and emphasizes the importance of meeting deadlines and attention to detail.

Chick-fil-A has not disclosed the launch date for the PLAY app.

Additionally, the company has previously released short films and merchandise, and operates over 3,000 restaurant locations with more than 200,000 workers.

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