Sony Corporate News
Sony powers Jimmy Kimmel Live concert series: Sony Electronics announced the launch of a year-long relationship as the official concert series partner of the ABC late night hit, Jimmy Kimmel Live, which airs at 11:35 p.m.PT. Sony will showcase new products in the Jimmy Kimmel Live show with multiple custom integrations, and integrate its technology into the new indoor and outdoor Sony Stages, which will house a total of 146 concerts during the relationship. Fans will be able to use Sony digital imaging products to film the concert from the crowd, creating the first ever crowd-sourced videos of the show that will be posted on the newly launched Jimmy Kimmel Live Music YouTube Channel. Check out the press release for more information.
Sony Television News
Sony 2013 BRAVIA TVs in stores now: Following through on its product introductions in January at CES 2013, Sony announced the arrival of its new core 2013 BRAVIA HDTV line-up, including the debut of two new series of LED TVs created for viewers looking for an amazing high definition entertainment experience. Read the press release for new models and prices.
Sony Digital Imaging News
Sony NEX gear inspires Flickering Lights by HitRECord: This past fall, Sony partnered with Joseph Gordon Levitt’s HitRECord, an online hub where creative minds come together to make art, videos, music and anything else they can imagine. Since technology plays a large role in the production process, Sony provided the community with the latest Sony Alpha NEX gear to inspire content focused on the theme of Flickering Lights. The collaborative result was awesome! Check out the Flickering Lights video and the remix video of Loops on the Sony blog.
Sony Alpha a99 camera Q&A: Cinematographer Tarin Anderson used the Sony Alpha a99 while on tour with the hitRECord team. During her trip, she came across two questions about the camera and posed them to the Sony Digital Imaging team. Watch for their answers on this video.
Sony Tablet News
Sony Xperia Tablet Z teardown: Check out this SGNL by Sony video to see what makes the Xperia Tablet Z run.