Sony Corporation of America

Sony Corporation of America (SCA), based in New York City,[1] is a subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate Sony Corporation. It serves as the company's US headquarters, and manages the company's US-based businesses.[2]

Sony Corporation of America
Formerly
Sony USA Inc.
Subsidiary
IndustryElectronics
Entertainment
Television
FoundedFebruary 15, 1960 (1960-02-15)
FounderAkio Morita
Headquarters25 Madison Avenue, ,
ParentSony Corporation
Websitewww.sony.com/content/sony/en/en_us/SCA/who-we-are/overview.html

Sony's principal U.S. businesses include Sony Electronics USA, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sony Music Entertainment, and Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

It was reported in December of 2016 by multiple news outlets that Sony was considering restructuring its U.S. operations by merging its TV & film business, Sony Pictures Entertainment, with its gaming business, Sony Interactive Entertainment. According to the reports, such a restructuring would have placed Sony Pictures under Sony Interactive's then CEO, Andrew House, though House wouldn't have taken over day-to-day operations of the film studio.[3][4][5] According to one report, Sony was set to make a final decision on the possibility of the merger of the TV, film, & gaming businesses by the end of its fiscal year in March of the following year (2017).[3] However, judging by Sony's activity in 2017, the rumored merger never materialized.

Subsidiaries

NameEstablishedLocationParent company
Sony Electronics USA Inc.February 15, 1960San Diego, California[6]Sony Corporation of America
Sony Entertainment Inc.[7][8]2012New York City, New York
Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc.August 7, 1991Culver City, CaliforniaSony Entertainment
Sony Pictures Entertainment JapanFebruary 10, 1984Tokyo, JapanSony Pictures Entertainment
Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group1998Culver City, CaliforniaSony Pictures Entertainment
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Inc.June 1978Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group
Sony WonderJuly 26, 1991New York City, New YorkSony Pictures Home Entertainment
Sony Pictures Television Inc.November 1948Culver City, CaliforniaSony Pictures Entertainment
Sony Music Entertainment2008New York City, New YorkSony Entertainment
Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC1955
Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC[2]November 16, 1993San Mateo, CaliforniaSony Corporation of America
Sony DADC US Inc.1983Terre Haute, Indiana
Sony Mobile Communications (USA) Inc.October 1, 2001San Mateo, California[9]Sony Mobile Communications AB[9]

Others subsidiaries

Notes and references

  1. "Corporate Fact Sheet".
  2. "Who We Are". Sony Corporation of America. Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  3. Aldrich, Rachel (12 December 2016). "Why would Sony merge its gaming and film units?". TheStreet.
  4. Atkinson, Claire (12 December 2016). "Sony considers merging gaming and film divisions". New York Post.
  5. Cooke, Chris. "Revamp of Sony's entertainment business could more closely align Sony Music with Sony/ATV | Complete Music Update".
  6. Our Businesses, Sony Corporation of America
  7. "Corporate Fact Sheet". Sony Corporation of America. Retrieved 14 December 2009.
  8. "Outline of Principal Operations". Sony Corporation of America. Retrieved 14 December 2009.
  9. Company Overview of Sony Mobile Communications (USA) Inc. Bbloomberg
  10. "Sony to Acquire Optical Archive Inc". Sony Corporation of America. 2015-05-27. Retrieved 2017-12-19.
  11. "iCyt Mission Technology Renamed Sony Biotechnology" (PDF). Sony Corporation of America. 2012-10-18. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-11-19. Retrieved 2012-10-23.
  12. Sony Enters the Flow Cytometry Business in Life Science Field by Acquiring iCyt Archived 2010-02-15 at the Wayback Machine
  13. "Sony acquires Micronics, Inc., US diagnostic device development venture, Acquisition to accelerate development and commercialization of Point of Care diagnostic products". Sony Corporation. 2011-09-28. Retrieved 2012-04-06.
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