Steve Mosko Promoted As Sony Pictures Television Chairman


Sony Pictures Television has promoted Steve Mosko as its chairman, which was revealed in a recently given statement by the company. Steve who has been associated with Sony as president has been promoted to the post of chairman. Mosko will be reporting his overseeing to Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton. Steve Mosko oversees all the operations of Sony Entertainment’s television sector.

CEO Michael Lynton stated, “Under Steve’s leadership, Sony Pictures Television has become the industry’s largest independent television studio. Our media networks business has expanded to over 150 channel feeds around the world and the company is well-positioned for growth in both production and distribution. Steve is a remarkable executive and we are proud to have him at the helm of Sony Pictures Television.”

I am honored to be named chairman, and grateful to Michael, my colleagues at Sony Pictures, and to the incredible team at Sony Pictures Television, whose hard work and dedication has built the successful global business we have today,” Steve Mosko stated as he expressed his sentiments for the company and the promotion.

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Steve Mosko has been with Sony Pictures Entertainment for more than two decades. Mosko worked as an executive overseeing the production, distribution of feature films as well as television content of Sony. He joined the company in 1992 and was named the president of Sony Television in 2000. The recent promotion comes in the light of his overall contributions to the company’s growth and expansion.

Sony Pictures Television has a catalogue of shows like ‘Breaking Bad’ that still ranks number 1 in the list of World’s Best TV Series. After Breaking Bad, the makers of the show have introduced ‘Better Call Saul’ which is also proving to catch up with the previous series. Sony Pictures Television has also been associated with shows like ‘10 Ka Dum’, ‘Asia’s Got Talent’ and ‘Hannibal’.