Sony TV Promotes Steve Mosko to Chairman

Exec has served as studio’s longtime president since 2000

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Steve Mosko has been named Chairman of Sony Pictures Television, the company announced Monday. The exec is being promoted after serving as the studio’s longtime president.

Mosko will continue to oversee all television operations for Sony Pictures Entertainment worldwide, reporting to Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton. Mosko oversees global television production, distribution of feature film and television content, and the studio’s international networks in 180 countries.

“Under Steve’s leadership, Sony Pictures Television has become the industry’s largest independent television studio,” said Lynton in a statement. “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.”

The executive joined Sony Pictures Entertainment in 1992, and was named President of Sony Pictures Television in 2000. In this role, Mosko built on the studio’s syndication business, overseeing first-run and off-network program sales in more than 200 markets and supervising efforts of regional offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, and Dallas.

SPT-produced shows include “The Blacklist,”  “The Goldbergs,” “Better Call Saul,” “Masters of Sex,” “Outlander” and “Blodline.”