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Mip TV: Scandinavia's Modern Time Group Strikes Deal With Sony Pictures Television (Exclusive)

CANNES– Scandinavia’s entertainment company Modern Time Group, which spans four continents and owns TV channels group Viasat Broadcasting,  has signed an exclusive multi-year content deal with Sony Pictures Television (SPT). 289 more words


Sony's Crackle Inks Exclusive Pact for 140-Plus NBCUniversal Library Films

Sony Pictures Television’s Crackle landed a licensing deal with NBCUniversal giving the Internet-video service exclusive ad-supported streaming rights to more than 140 films over the next three years. 229 more words


Sony TV Presidents Jamie Erlicht, Zack Van Amburg Renew Contracts

Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg have set new deals to remain presidents of programming and production at Sony Pictures TV.

It’s understood that the pair gave serious consideration to moving on to entrepreneurial production opportunities before re-upping with the studio. 225 more words


Sony Pictures Television Launches Stellify with Doherty, Worthy

LONDON — Sony Pictures Television and media execs Kieran Doherty and Matt Worthy are launching production company Stellify Media, which will be based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. 259 more words


Original Content On PlayStation Network

Producing original content is en vogue. Everybody from Youtube to Amazon to Netflix is doing it. You can add Sony’s PlayStation Network to the list of networks who want to lure customers to their screens. 57 more words


Sony Plays Original Programming Game with 'Powers' Series

Sony’s PlayStation Network, which already had offered up films and TV shows to rent and buy on the PlayStation videogame console, will soon enter the original content game, offering up its own slate of TV series. 363 more words


Startup Telly Inks Sony, Miramax Deals for Video-Streaming Service in Middle East and Africa

Telly, a web-video discovery startup, is launching a Netflix-like subscription service in 23 countries in Middle East and Africa, and announced distribution deals with Sony Pictures Television and Miramax to provide content for the service in those territories. 305 more words