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Sony "volcano" by McCann London

Sony "volcano" by McCann London

, McCann Erickson London for Sony
Netflix widens distribution to Sony Entertainment Network

Netflix widens distribution to Sony Entertainment Network

Sony has partnered with Netflix to add the online film-streaming service to its Entertainment Network, enabling users to watch the

Toshiba kicks off pan-Euro creative pitch

Toshiba kicks off pan-Euro creative pitch

Toshiba, the Japanese electronics giant, is reviewing its estimated £20 million pan European advertising account.

Sony pushes VAT-cashback before Christmas

Sony pushes VAT-cashback before Christmas

Sony UK is to pay consumers back the VAT on selected products, and is promoting the initiative with TV ads

Sony spitting ad cleared by watchdog

Sony spitting ad cleared by watchdog

Sony's TV ad for a range of Bravia television sets that featured a boy spitting, has escaped a ban from

Sony takes on iTunes with music and film downloads

Sony takes on iTunes with music and film downloads

Sony is launching a music download service that will let users access music through PlayStation3, as well as computer and

Sony shortlists five agencies for pan-European ad account

Sony shortlists five agencies for pan-European ad account

LONDON - Sony Europe has shortlisted Naked Communications, Anomaly, 180 Amsterdam, Engine and the incumbent, Fallon, for its £50 million

Sony 'beating heart' by Fallon

Sony 'beating heart' by Fallon

, Fallon London for Sony

Sony has unveiled a series of idents promoting its sponsorship of England's 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign on ITV.

Fallon launches latest Sony Bravia ad

Fallon launches latest Sony Bravia ad

LONDON - Fallon's latest Sony Bravia ad, using a 10 tonne zoetrope that plays images of the AC Milan footballer

Sony signs as ITV football sponsor

Sony signs as ITV football sponsor

LONDON - ITV has unveiled Sony as the sponsor of its England football coverage, which starts tomorrow with the World