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Revenues Down at Sony Pictures in Q2


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Revenues at Sony Pictures fell by 25 percent ($615 million) in the second quarter, largely as a result of lower theatrical revenues.

The division of the Japanese conglomerate also reported lower ad revenues at its media networks as a result of COVID-19. The segment posted reduced revenues from TV production. Meanwhile, television licensing and film home entertainment revenues were up.

Operating income at the segment fell to $304 million.

For the full year, Sony Pictures is projecting higher than expected home entertainment and TV licensing sales in motion pictures and a recovery of ad sales in its media networks. It expects it will continue to have delays in theatrical releases as a result of the pandemic.

Overall revenues at Sony Corporation were stable at 2.1 trillion yen, with net income soaring to 460 billion yen.











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Mansha Daswani is the editor and associate publisher of World Screen. She can be reached on [email protected]

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