Streaming service Hulu is abruptly switching gears, hiring a high-level Fox television executive, Randy Freer, as its chief executive, to replace Mike Hopkins, who is moving to Sony Pictures Entertainment, according to several people familiar with the move. The shuffle, which is expected to be...
Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra has recruited a former lieutenant, Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins, to fill the top Sony Pictures Television job that had been vacant since the departure of Sony Pictures TV chairman Steve Mosko 17 months ago. Show More Summary
A little over a month after the exit of Sony Pictures Television presidents Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra has set new leadership of the studio’s television production...Show More Summary
A couple of weeks into the job, Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra has made his first major executive hire, bringing in Jon Hookstratten as EVP of Administration and Operations for SPE. Working on a corporate level across...Show More Summary
Sony employees were invited into Sony’s Calley Park at noon today to introduce their new boss Tony Vinciquerra who took the reins from Michael Lynton last week as Chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment. The park was packed as Hirai said how happy he was that Vinciquerra had accepted the job and how their business ideas aligned. Show More Summary
Hollywood has a new mogul in Tony Vinciquerra, with the official appointment of the former Fox executive as CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment marking what The New York Times calls a shift toward TV for the studio. “Sony Pictures Entertainment,...
Sony Pictures Entertainment has named veteran media executive Tony Vinciquerra as its new chairman and chief executive officer, replacing Michael Lynton after months of speculation about who would lead the struggling studio. Vinciquerra, 62, best known for his stint atop Fox Networks, will report...
BREAKING: Tony Vinciquerra is officially replacing outgoing Chairman/CEO Michael Lynton at Sony Pictures Entertainment. it was just announced to studio employees. Vinciquerra, like Lynton before him, will report to Sony Corp. President and CEO Kazuo Hirai. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Entertainment and its various film divisions have been struggling of late at the box office with underwhelming performances from higher budget fare such as Ghostbusters, ''Inferno and Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk. Lynton's...Show More Summary
Michael Lynton, who led Sony Pictures Entertainment through a massive cyberattack and a period of mounting struggles at the box office, is leaving his job. Lynton, 57, who has held the top spot at the Culver City movie and television studio for 13 years, will step down as Chief Executive of Sony...
Late last November, Sony Pictures Entertainment became the victim of the largest cyber attack on an American corporation. An estimated 11 terabytes of data were leaked online, including confidential emails and documents from the company...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures TV president Steve Mosko has been upped to chairman. He will continue to oversee all television operations for Sony Pictures Entertainment worldwide, reporting to Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton. Lynton made the announcement...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Entertainment has been shaking up the industry with blockbuster hits for years. The company received 26 nominations for the 2014 Golden Globes® and won seven, more than any other studio. With some high-profile releasesShow More Summary
Alchemy has hired Jack Talley as the Exec VP of Physical Distribution to oversee sales and the overall strategy of the company’s division. He will report to Alchemy CEO Bill Lee. Talley most recently worked for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment for 10 years, most recently as the Exec VP. Show More Summary
?Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton wanted to develop a new chemical additive to marijuana that would be detectable in urine or blood during a roadside test for impaired driving, leaked Sony emails from February of 2014 reveal. Show More Summary
BREAKING: In a bold move by Sony Pictures Entertainment–and the first hire of a Fox executive since former Fox Filmed Entertainment chmn/CEO Tom Rothman took the reins in Culver City–Sanford Panitch has been hired as Sony’s President of International Film & Television. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (AP) — More than six weeks after hackers attacked Sony Pictures Entertainment, its computer network is still down but the studio has not lost a single day of production on any of its films or television shows, CEO Michael Lynton told The Associated Press on Thursday. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton continues to be the public face of the studio in the wake of the devastating November cyber attack over The Interview., a comedy feature about a CIA plot to assassinate North Korea's autocratic...Show More Summary
The hackers behind The Interview incident have elicited both anger and fear throughout the country. The PEN American Center has sent a letter addressed to the CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment, Michael Lynton, to protest against this act of censorship. Show More Summary