Sony Wonder's Home Video and Audio Preview promotional flat

Sony Wonder was the children's division of Sony Music Entertainment. It was the distributor of Sesame Street albums and videos from 1995 to 2007. Some albums had previously been released on Columbia Records, Sesame Street Records and Golden Music, and some videos had previously been released on Random House Home Video. Some albums were later released on Koch Records, and some videos were later released on Genius Entertainment and Warner Home Video. The label also released two volumes of Dog City, as well as one of the soundtrack albums from Muppets from Space.

The company's Sony Wonder Technology Lab continued to play the Count it Higher video months after the association between the two companies ended.[1]

Album releases

Video releases


  1. Laurel Graeber, "Spare Times: For Children," The New York Times, July 20, 2007.

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