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Lynton Succeeds Stringer at Sony

SONY TAPS LYNTON: As expected, Michael Lynton, Chairman/CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment, has been named CEO of Sony Corp. of America. In addition, Nicole Seligman has been appointed President of SCA. Lynton will oversee Sony’s entertainment businesses, including Sony Music, Sony/ATV Music Publishing and SPE, while Seligman will have responsibility for Sony's U.S. headquarters operations. As of June 27, SME CEO Doug Morris, Sony/ATV Chairman/CEO Martin Bandier and SPE Co-Chairman Amy Pascal will all report to Lynton. “Michael Lynton is an incredibly accomplished executive who has distinguished himself in at least three different fields—entertainment, technology and publishing," said Sony Corp. Chairman/CEO/Pres. Howard Stringer, whom he’ll replace. "Michael is absolutely the right choice to succeed me as CEO of SCA. He understands the vital importance of fulfilling Sony's unique promise of linking content and devices, and has been instrumental in our efforts to make it happen.” (3/29p)

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