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Sony Pictures Television Studios has named Dylan Massin as executive vice president of production, while senior vice president of production Adam Moos has been promoted to add head of production operations to his title. Both began their new roles on Wednesday.

Massin enters the role following the December retirement of Ed Lammi, who worked at the studio for 36 years. Massin will oversee all physical production for the U.S. scripted studio, including pre-production, budgeting, production and post-production teams for development and active production slates, leading more than 30 staffers. He reports to studio president Katherine Pope.

He joins Sony Pictures Television after more than 30 years as a producer, with credits including “The West Wing,” “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Parenthood,” “Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life,” “Get Shorty,” “Good Girls,” “Your Honor” and “Star Trek: Picard.” In addition to producing, Massin has also directed episodes of both comedy and drama series.

Moos, who joined Sony Pictures Television in 2014, is taking on an expanded role managing all tech operations, budget estimating and Beachwood Services, which provides production support and set rentals, among others. He now reports to Massin.

During Moos’ tenure at the studio, he has overseen physical production on action series such as “The Boys” and its spinoff “Gen V,” “The Night Agent,” “For All Mankind,” “S.W.A.T.” and the upcoming titles including “Noir,” “Silk: Spider Society,” “God of War” and “Dark Matter.” Previously, he served as vice president of physical production at Columbia Pictures, where he oversaw projects including “Casino Royale,” “Quantum of Solace,” “Moneyball,” “The Equalizer,” “Zombieland” and “Eat, Pray, Love.”

“Dylan is one of the most respected producers in the business, and I know he will bring his deep experience, his drive for perfection and his leadership to our shows, our teams, our showrunners and our partners,” said Pope.

“I look forward to working with Katherine and her brilliant team at Sony Pictures Television Studios,” Massin said. “To this new venture, I bring with me all that I have learned from the talented and hardworking crews, writers, directors and actors throughout my career. I believe people are the key to great television, and I am excited to work with everyone at Sony to make some great TV.”

“I am excited to take on these new challenges alongside my remarkably talented Sony Pictures Television colleagues,” said Moos. “In this unique structure, we will optimize our dynamic production capabilities to best collaborate with our partners in an evolving landscape of emerging technology and innovation.”



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