Sony: a tale of innovation
Sony Corporation is one of the best-known names in consumer electronics, famous for innovations like the Walkman and the Playstation.
Since its establishment shortly after World War II, Sony has introduced a stream of revolutionary products, including the transistor radio, the Trinitron television, the Betamax VCR, the CD player, the Walkman portable cassette player, and the PlayStation game console.
In addition to audio and video products, televisions, PCs, monitors, computer peripherals, telecommunications devices, and game consoles (Playstation), Sony generates considerable revenues from its entertainment businesses.
These include Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony Digital Production, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, and Sony Pictures Television.