Netflix, AMC, Sony Execs Talk 'New Era of Television': 'The Way We Keep Score Has Changed'

Television’s evolution is only getting started, said Netflix’s Ted Sarandos, Sony Pictures Television president Steve Mosko and AMC COO Ed Carroll Monday night at Chapman University panel “The New Era of Television.” The three execs took the stage at the Sony Backstage Theater to talk to students from the Chapman Dodge College of Film and Media Arts and touched on the changing entertainment business and how television is rolling with the punches. 681 more words


Why Filmmakers Are Coming To TV: Netflix, AMC, Sony Execs At 'New Era' Panel

“The entertainment industry will be driven by the TV business, not the movie business,” Sony Pictures Television President Steve Mosko said at tonight’s Chapman University panel “The New Era of Television” at the Sony lot’s Backstage Theatre. 873 more words


Get Down with Netflix

Netflix has ordered a new “music-driven” drama from film director Baz Luhrmann.

The Get Down (13×60′), produced by Sony Pictures Television, is set in 1970s New York City where a rag-tag crew of teenagers from the South Bronx have nothing except each other and their verbal games and improvised dance steps. 42 more words


Borgia Has a Renaissance for Sony Pictures

TheStudio@Smoke&Mirrors was delighted to work on the promo launch for the period drama Borgia for Sony Networks.

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Recent Work

Warner Bros., Sony to Launch Streaming Video Service in SE Asia

Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Television are teaming up with Singapore’s Singtel to launch a streaming video service in South East Asia.

The companies have formed HOOQ to offer more than 10,000 Hollywood films and TV shows, as well as local-language content via streams or downloads on a variety of platforms. 436 more words


Shomi takes Sony dramas

Canadian VoD platform Shomi will be the home of Outlander after striking a content deal with Sony Pictures Television.

The deal will see the series launch online on February 13, while The Blacklist, Helix, Drop Dead Diva, and Justified will also debut in 2015. 16 more words


Televisa, Sony go undercover with El Dandy

Mexican broadcaster Televisa has commissioned a new original drama based on the 1997 film Donnie Brasco.

El Dandy tells the story of a law professor who has been hired to infiltrate one of Mexico’s most notorious drug gangs. 147 more words