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Steve Mosko Staying With Sony Pictures TV

Recent successes included bringing Michael J. Fox back to NBC

Steve Mosko has signed on to continue as president of Sony PIctures TV, the studio behind "Breaking Bad," "Justified," "Community," "The Rules of Engagement," and the much-anticipated new ABC drama "The Last Resort," the studio said.

Getty ImagesMosko has been with Sony, the largest independent television studio, for two decades. He joined in 1992 as vice president of the western region for Columbia TriStar Television Distribution, which preceded SPT. He was named president in 2000.

Mosko oversees cable, video-on-demand, pay per view, digital networks, and advertiser sales, and directs the studio’s international networks, reaching more than 543 million households worldwide.

The studio's recent sales include a new Michael J. Fox project to NBC and a "Beverly Hills Cop" relaunch to CBS. Last season it brought "Unforgettable" to CBS and "Pan Am" to ABC

Sony also produces top-rated syndicated shows including "Wheel of Fortune" and "Jeopardy!," and daytime soaps "The Young and the Restless" and "Days of Our Lives."