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'The Art Of More' Draws Strong Sales As Sony's Crackle Drama Debuts In Cannes - Mipcom

Sony Pictures Television held the world premiere of The Art Of More at the Cannes Palais here tonight — in mercifully better weather than the town saw on Saturday and which has forced the shifting of many events. 299 more words

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Sony's 'The Art of More,' Starring Dennis Quaid, Sells to 25 Territories

CANNES — Sony Pictures Television has sold its new drama “The Art of More” into 25 territories. The series made its world premiere at TV market Mipcom in Cannes on Sunday, with the show’s stars — Dennis Quaid, Kate Bosworth, Christian Cooke and Cary Elwes — in attendance. 225 more words


Wesley Snipes' 'The Player' Travels to 105 International Territories

LONDON — Sony Pictures Television has sold Las Vegas-set action thriller “The Player,” which stars Wesley Snipes, to 105 international territories ahead of Mipcom, the TV sales market that starts in Cannes on Monday. 308 more words


Sony Pictures Television Shakes Up International Team

LONDON — Sony Pictures Television has made several changes to the regional leadership of its international distribution team ahead of next week’s Mipcom TV market in Cannes. 237 more words


Sony Pictures Television Announces New International Territory Heads

Sony Pictures Television (SPT) has shaken up some of its international staffing with several new appointments or exec moves. The changes span the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, the Middle East and Africa as well as Canada.   155 more words


Hulu Inks 'Goldbergs' Exclusive Subscription VOD Pact

Hulu has reached a deal with Sony Pictures Television for exclusive subscription-streaming rights to past seasons of 1980s-era family comedy “The Goldbergs,” which airs on ABC. 221 more words


Sony TV Launches 'Bloque De Búsqueda', 70-Episode Series About The Hunt For Pablo Escobar

Sony Pictures Television said today that production has begun in Colombia on Bloque De Búsqueda, an original drama about the group that brought down cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar. 367 more words