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Sony Corporation (ソニー株式会社, Sonī Kabushiki Gaisha) (TYO: 6758, NYSE: SNE), commonly referred to as Sony, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It ranked 87th on the 2012 list of Fortune Global 500. Sony is one of the leading manufacturers of electronics products for the consumer and professional markets.
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How Technology and Social Media Drives Video Usage, Interview With Sony’s Social Media Evangelist

How Technology and Social Media Drives Video Usage, Interview With Sonys Social Media Evangelist

At Blogworld, back in October, Mark had a chance to site down with Sukhjit Ghag, Sony's Social Media Evangelist at the Sony booth.  Ghag is a video blogger for Sony, and helps spread the word to the masses about the wide variety of video related …

Best Online Video Ad Campaign: Logitech Revue Plays The Kevin Bacon Game

Best Online Video Ad Campaign: Logitech Revue Plays The Kevin Bacon Game

Google seems pretty intent on pursuing this Google TV thing, despite the television networks' initial skepticism.  There's just too much evidence that consumers want technology that helps blur the lines between broadcast TV and online video–and Google TV helps provide that.  And now they're getting …

Online Video Moves: NetFlix Streams, FilmOn Fights, Broadcast Goes Mobile

Online Video Moves: NetFlix Streams, FilmOn Fights, Broadcast Goes Mobile

Another quick look at some things going on in online video recently including broadcasters not online embracing online video but mobile video as well yet still struggling to find their exact place in the new age of digital media and trying desperately to maintain their …

Hulu Plus No Longer Invitation-Only, Price Remains Unchanged

Hulu Plus No Longer Invitation Only, Price Remains Unchanged

Maybe Hulu's membership experiment, Hulu Plus, is going better than we thought it was.  After roughly six months (Hulu Plus rolled out in April), the service is no longer "invitation-only." You no longer have to wait to be accepted and anyone can now sign up—though …

C-level Executive Conversations: The Filter – Entertainment, Optimized

C level Executive Conversations: The Filter   Entertainment, Optimized

This is the first in a series of conversations ReelSEO will have with C-level officers of emerging companies in the rapidly expanding digital video arena.  We'll want to know what makes these leaders tick, what makes their business models special, what keeps them up at …

Google TV Comes Out of Hiding – Has Twitter, Netflix, Apps, Search and More

Google TV Comes Out of Hiding   Has Twitter, Netflix, Apps, Search and More

We've been hearing about Google TV for several months now, though the details on what it will be have been scarce.  However, today that all changes.  If you head over to Google.com/tv, you'll see that the search giant has finally started releasing some specs and …

Opera Sings for Widget TV Revolution

Opera Sings for Widget TV Revolution

The TV widgets, or is it Widget TV? I like Widget TV, after all, we've got Google TV and Apple TV so why not Widget TV. Plus, it's just fun to say widget. Widgety widgety widgety whack! Alright, let's get to it.

Intel CEO says Google TV to Launch This Month

Intel CEO says Google TV to Launch This Month

Come here you stupid cat, get back in the bag! Oh, hi everyone, I didn't see you there. Hey, guess what? The Intel CEO, Paul Otellini, spilled the beans, let the cat out of the bag, and er…I know there's another one.

Samsung TV Going Android?

Samsung TV Going Android?

It seems that Samsung is looking into using Google's Androif software to power some of their televisions. According to comments by the head of the Samsung TV division in Seoul earlier today, they are "reviewing it".If you recall Samsung recently reported that Diva TV would …

Philips TV Video On Demand Film Supplier Is A Diva

Philips TV Video On Demand Film Supplier Is A Diva

Sony's got one (sort of), Samsung does too, so why not Philips? Well, now, they do. Diva TV announced today that it has signed a deal with Philips TV at IFA Berlin to be the supplier of high quality movie entertainment for the Philips NetTV …

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