Sony Pictures Entertainment

Sony Pictures Studio's rich history can be traced back to 1918 when brothers Harry and Jack Cohn formed a partnership with their associate Joe Brandt, to produce low-budget short films and featurettes. They called the company CBC Film Sales (Cohn-Brandt-Cohn- or as it was more commonly known in the trade press, "Corned Beef and Cabbage"). By 1920, the film industry was attracting audiences of 35 million a week willing to pay five cents a pop to be drawn into the magical world of filmed entertainment.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Sony Corporation
HQ
Culver City, US
Founded
1918
Sony Pictures Entertainment was founded in 1918 and is headquartered in Culver City, US

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Sony Pictures Entertainment has an office in Culver City

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Founding Date

1918
Sony Pictures Entertainment is a subsidiary of Sony Corporation

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Why every big tech company wants a 'Game of Thrones'

When Apple and Amazon talk about making shows, there's one title that keeps coming up. "The mandate from [Amazon CEO] Jeff Bezos is clear: Bring me 'Game of Thrones.'" Roy Price, Amazon's head of Prime video global content and Amazon Studios, said about his company's plans in a recent report fro…

Roku launches its own channel featuring free, ad-supported movies

 Roku, a company capitalizing on the cord cutting trend to the tune of a $100 million IPO, is today launching its own channel for users of Roku streaming players, sticks and TVs, which will connect customers to hundreds of movies and some TV shows they can stream for free. The channel itself will in…

Roku rolls out its own TV channel, pitting it against the very apps that call its box home

The most popular streaming TV box for delivering Netflix, Hulu, and any other a la carte TV is officially tossing its own content hat into the ring. That's right, Roku is launching its own over-the-top (OTT) channel.  SEE ALSO: Roku files for $100 million IPO, but it's still losing money The new…

Social casino game king GSN rolls dice on a new CEO: Mark Feldman

Social casino gamemaker Game Show Network (GSN) announced it has appointed Mark Feldman as its president and CEO. In picking Feldman, the developer of the Wheel of Fortune slots and Bingo Bash games has chosen an insider to succeed David Goldhill, who is stepping down after a decade running the comp…

Everything you need to know about the multiverse in 'The Dark Tower'

If you like your fantasy worlds full of ominous black structures and universe-vomiting turtles, you're probably going to enjoy The Dark Tower. SEE ALSO: Everything You Should Know About 'The Dark Tower' Chances are you've already seen the trailer. For anyone not familiar with Stephen King's migh…

8i lets you superimpose holographic characters into photos with Holo mobile app

Holographic tech startup 8i is launching its Holo mobile app, which enables you to add 3D holograms of people and animated characters into your real-world photos and videos. You can, for instance, take a hologram of Spider-Man and add him into the background of one of your smartphone photos. You can…
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