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Sony Pictures Television Promotes Marketing Executives Jaime Blanc, Cathy Goldman

Sony Pictures Television has promoted marketing executives Cathy Goldman (pictured above, left) and Jaime Blanc (pictured above, right).

Blanc has been promoted from vice president to senior vice president of marketing, advertiser sales. 173 more words


'The Tick' Review: Amazon's First Superhero Series Works Best Weird

The debut of Marvel’s The Defenders on Netflix tomorrow and The Tick on Amazon on August 25 makes clear that the summer is ending with a superhero show of strength, with the latter series from the House of Bezos distinctly and sometimes rather wonderfully weird. 325 more words

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Apple Spending $1 Billion on Original Content; Trying to Break Into Content Production

Apple has set aside $1 billion to produce original series and films over the course of the next year. This might sound like a lot of money, especially for a newcomer into the content production industry. 194 more words

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John Legend's Get Lifted Signs First-Look Deal With Sony Pictures TV

EXCLUSIVE: Having worked together on the unfortunately now-canceled Underground, Get Lifted Film Co. and Sony Pictures Television have made their arrangement formal with a first-look deal. 287 more words

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Sony Pictures Television Calls "Action" On 2017 Diverse Directors Program

Sony Pictures Television has announced the 2017 launch of its Diverse Directors Program. In its fourth year, the initiative is part of SPT’s commitment to providing opportunities to talented artists of diverse backgrounds. 137 more words

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Doug Robinson Leaves Happy Madison for Overall Deal at Sony TV, Launches New Production Company

Doug Robinson, the head of TV at Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions, has signed a four year overall deal at Sony Pictures Television that will see him launch his own production company,  211 more words


New Sony Pictures Chief Faces TV Leadership Test

Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra spent most of Friday morning calling producers, network executives and talent agency leaders on the heels of the news that studio’s longtime production division chiefs are departing the Culver City lot for new posts at Apple. 618 more words