You probably know this, even if you've never seen a television with an actual dial — or if you don't watch television that you can't just pause and pick up later.
" Despite evolving the company, he insisted he's not changing "what we're doing or the mission of the company."We find great relationships for reasons that matter," new e Harmony CEO Grant Langston told CNBC's "On the Money" in an interview.Still, he admitted "the way we do it has been frozen in time." He said an "antiquated communication process" had left the "product feeling dusty." A longtime e Harmony veteran of the company's marketing side, Langston has been "trying to make the use of our service easier" since taking over top job in July.One change is letting people take the questionnaire a little at a time."We want to get you in the tent," Langston told CNBC.