Most of Sony’s consumer goods are made in Japan, Asia, and Europe. Some of its consumer goods are made by contractors whose location is unknown. The company has computer entertainment divisions in both the US and Europe. These divisions develop, make, and sell hardware and software for computer games. Its entertainment products are made in different countries and then sent all over the world.
Sony makes digital and video cameras, car sound systems, home audio systems, DVD players, Blue-ray disc players, and TVs, among other things. Sony also makes semiconductors, batteries, and optical disc drives. Through its Sony Pictures Television entertainment division, the company is now able to reach more people in their homes. Under this division, the company creates, makes, and sells a wide range of TV shows, movies, and digital entertainment. Sony’s motion picture division works with companies like Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, Screen Gems, and Sony Pictures Classics to make movies. On TV, people watch shows made by Sony Pictures Television.
The New York Times says that as of 2013, insurance, not electronics, is Sony’s most profitable product. In Japan, Sony sells life insurance. In 2012, 63 percent of the company’s operating profits came from this. It also makes a lot of money from music and movies.