Crackle, Sony’s free video-streaming network, has acquired the complete series of Harmony Gold’s 1980s sci-fi anime series “Robotech,” as well as the feature film “Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles.” 233 more words
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Bryan Cranston has boarded the 10-part sci-fi anthology series “Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick” for Sony Pictures Television and Channel 4.
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Sheraton Kalouria has been promoted to president and chief marketing officer for Sony Pictures Television.
In his new role, Kalouria will oversee consumer product licensing for Sony Pictures TV series and brands, including NBC’s “The Blacklist,” Starz’s “Outlander,” AMC’s “Better Call Saul,” ABC’s “Shark Tank” and AMC’s upcoming “Preacher.” He’s been with the studio since 2010 and reports to TV chairman Steve Mosko. 103 more words
Sony’s Crackle has ordered a 10-episode, one-hour drama series based on Guy Ritchie’s 2000 heist movie, “Snatch.”
The free, ad-supported Internet TV network announced the new show at its 2016 upfront presentation in New York — Crackle’s only new original programming announcement, along with renewals of shows including “The Art of More,” Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “SuperMansion” with Bryan Cranston. 189 more words
Sony's Crackle Unveils Virtual-Reality Content and Ad Push, Renews 'Comedian in Cars,' 'Art of More,' 'SuperMansion'
Crackle, the free, ad-supported Internet TV service from Sony Pictures Television, announced that it will launch a virtual-reality theater experience and will offer sponsorship opportunities in VR to advertisers. 861 more words
EXCLUSIVE: Virtual Reality is an interesting feature for content producers. But can it be a lucrative business for ad-supported media? Sony Pictures Television believes it can: Its Crackle streaming service will unveil at its upfront presentation today what it calls a “first ever” multipart plan for an ad-supported VOD platform to bring sponsors into the 360-degree picture. 364 more words
Crackle, Sony Pictures Television’s free, ad-supported streaming entertainment network, will become available on Comcast’s Xfinity on Demand service on Wednesday, April 20.
The launch of Crackle by the U.S.’s biggest cable operator, with more than 22 million video customers, coincides with the digital network’s upfront presentation for media buyers Wednesday in New York. 271 more words