Shigeo Maruyama

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Shigeo Maruyama

Shigeo Maruyama (丸山 茂雄) (born 1941 in Tokyo) is the founder of Epic/Sony Records, former chairman of Sony Computer Entertainment[1] and former CEO of Sony Music Entertainment. He is known for discovering artists such as Motoharu Sano and Tetsuya Komuro.[2]


  1. ^ "Like Sega, Sony Changes Top Execs". GamePro. No. 98. IDG. November 1996. p. 28.
  2. ^ 丸山茂雄氏の挑戦:インタビュー (in Japanese). CNET Japan. 2005-09-02. Retrieved 2008-04-14.

External links

  • Official blog (in Japanese)
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