Steve Mosko on Sony Departure: 'It's Been Brewing for a While'

Steve Mosko didn’t wait long to start talking about his exit from Sony Pictures Television.

“It’s been brewing for a while,” Mosko said Thursday. “The great thing is I’ve been at Sony for 24 years.” 431 more words


Sony Sets New Leadership Structure For TV Division In Wake Of Steve Mosko's Exit

Sony Pictures Entertainment has set the new executive structure of Sony Pictures Television. With chairman and 23-year Sony veteran Steve Mosko out, his top lieutenants will now report directly to Michael Lynton, CEO of Sony Entertainment. 605 more words

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Sony Pictures TV Chairman Steve Mosko Leaving Studio After 24 Years (EXCLUSIVE)

Steve Mosko, the chairman of Sony Pictures Television, is leaving the company after 24 years, Variety has learned.

Mosko had been in negotiations to extend his contract, which expires this year, but failed to come terms with the studio, according to three sources. 504 more words


Sony's Crackle Picks Up '80s Anime Series 'Robotech' to Anchor New Channel

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


Bryan Cranston to Star in Philip K. Dick Series From 'Outlander's' Ron Moore

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 Promoted to President and Chief Marketing Officer for Sony Pictures Television

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


Crackle Greenlights 'Snatch' Drama Series Based on Guy Ritchie Movie

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