Research and Markets: In the Aftermath of Sony's TV Business Restructuring: Challenges and Opportunities - 2012-2013

Thu Feb 7, 2013 1:17pm EST

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DUBLIN--(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets

( has
announced the addition of the "In the Aftermath of Sony's TV Business
Restructuring: Challenges and Opportunities" report to their offering. 

Sony had its reign in the global CRT TV (Cathode Ray Tube Television) market
where the company was known for high quality and innovative products. Due to the
failure to tap into the LCD TV (Liquid Crystal Display Television) development
trend and gain the forerunner advantage, Sony has been suffering losses for
eight consecutive years, lagging behind Samsung and LG in terms of profits and
market share. After Sony's new CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Kazuo Hirai on
board, he initiated a new corporate restructuring plan, in a bid to restore
profits and regain its status as the leading player in the global TV market.
This report profiles the current status of Sony's business performance, product
& technology portfolios, and examines Sony's new corporate restructuring
plan and its clout thereafter. 

List of Topics: 

- Background of Sony's corporate restructuring plan, with plan description and
results provided 

- Current and future development of Sony's TV business and products during the
period 2012 - 2013, including connected TV and 4K HD TV 

- Opportunities and challenges for future development of connected TV and 4K HD
TV as well as the company's technology development in OLED TV and crystal LED TV

Companies Mentioned

- Apple 

- AUO 

- CMO 

- Foxconn 

- Gaikai 

- Google 

- LGD 

- Olympus 

- Panasonic 

- Samsung 

- Sharp 

- S-LCD Corporation 

- So-Net Entertainment 

- Sony 

- Toshiba 

- Vizio 

- Wal-Mart 

For more information visit

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager.
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Media and Entertainment

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