From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For Sony Music Entertainment, see Sony Music. Sony Records was a record label founded by R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner in 1963. Ike Turner produced singles by members of the Kings of Rhythm and the Ikettes on this label.
Sony Music Entertainment (commonly referred to as Sony Music) is an American global music company, owned by the Japanese conglomerate Sony Corporation. It is part of the Sony Music Group, which is owned by Sony Corporation of America, incorporated as a general partnership of Sony Music Holdings Inc. through Sony Entertainment.
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Feb 05, 2021 · Sony Records was a record label founded by R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner in 1963. Ike Turner produced singles by members of the Kings of Rhythm and the Ikettes on this label. Records on Sony were distributed by CIRCA distributing firm. CIRCA (Consolidated International Record Company of America) was formed in 1962 to operate as a releasing company for independent labels by working with ...
Sony Music Entertainment Japan was officially incorporated in March 1968 as a Tokyo-based 50/50 joint venture between Sony Corporation and U.S. conglomerate CBS to distribute the latter's music releases in Japan. The company was incorporated as CBS/Sony Records and with Sony co-founder Akio Morita as president.
1988年3月-「CBS・Sony」將其吸收合併。 1991年4月-「CBS・Sony股份有限公司」與「Sony Music Entertainment 股份有限公司」進行商號變更時，將「CBS・Sony Record」變更為「Sony Records」。 2001年10月-SME的製作部門新設立「Sony Music Records Inc.」。將Sony Records業務由其它的子公司 ...
Sony/Columbia. In 1988, Mottola was hired by Sony Music (then known as CBS Records) by Walter Yetnikoff to run its U.S. operations. In 1990, he replaced Yetnikoff as Chairman CEO of the newly named Sony Music.
1998年10月 - 「Epic/Sony Records」から「Epic Records」へレーベル変更。 2001年10月 - SMEの製作部門から分離、再度独立。同時にレーベルロゴを変更する。洋楽部門はソニー・ミュージックジャパンインターナショナル（SMJI）へ移行。