Timothy Schaaff joined Sony Corporation of America in 2005 in the newly created position of Senior Vice President, Software Development. In 2007 he was appointed President, Sony Media Software and Services, and in 2010 he assumed the role of President, Sony Network Entertainment.
Schaaff is responsible for the development of Sony's digital services businesses and infrastructure. He has global responsibility for strategy and business development related to network services, alignment of Sony-wide network services activities, and delivery of network services to all relevant Sony product platforms.
Prior to joining Sony, Schaaff spent more than 14 years with Apple Computer, where he was responsible for development of a broad range of Apple’s media technologies including 2D- and 3D-graphics, audio and video platforms, print and digital imaging technologies, and real-time communications. He also led development of Apple’s QuickTime platform.
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