Tom Mazza is a 25-year veteran of the television industry with extensive experience in television development, production, distribution, research and marketing. He has led large studio based divisions including Paramount and Sony Television, smaller boutique companies and his own independent production company EveryWhere Studios. He also currently sits on the Board of Directors of 50 Degrees North Productions, a Vancouver based Canadian Production company.
Tom Mazza managed over $1Billion in television programming for both Sony and Paramount Television Studios. As President of Sony Television he directed all operations of the network television division: development, current programming, casting, publicity, business affairs, production, and movies of the week. At Paramount he served as the Executive Vice President of Creative Affairs where he was responsible for all prime time television development and production (comedy, drama, reality) including managing Paramount’s roster of writers and on-air talent.
In 2003, Tom Mazza co-founded Madison Road Entertainment, a Los Angeles based Entertainment Company created to develop television series and to serve the branded entertainment needs of the broadcast television and advertising industries. Mazza Executive Produced Treasure Hunters for NBC, and Greensburg with Leonardo DiCaprio for Discovery.
In 2009, Mazza was named Executive Vice President Head of Worldwide Television at Cookie Jar Entertainment, a Toronto based supplier and distributor of television programming. He was responsible for the development, production and worldwide distribution of Cookie Jar’s entertainment properties including a 6,000 episode library of programming. In 2014 Mazza launched EveryWhere Studios, which has produced over 8 movies of the week for Lifetime, Hallmark and Universal and a one hour series for UP Network.
He began his career in the marketing department at WUSA-TV (channel 9) in Washington D.C. and later at KATZ Communications in New York City. Mr. Mazza received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Dayton and a Masters from The Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern California.