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Sony Wonder was the childrens division of Sony Music Entertainment. It was the distributor of SESAME STREET albums & videos from 1995 to 2007. Some albums had previously been released on Koch Records, SESAME STREET Records & Golden Music, & some videos had previously been released on Random House Home Video. Some albums were later released on Koch Records, & some videos were later released on Genius Entertainment & Warner Home Video. The label also released 2 volumes of Dog City, as well as 1 of the soundtrack albums from Muppets from Space.

The company's Sony Wonder Technology Lab continued to play the Count It Higher: Great Music Videos from SESAME STREET video months after the association between the 2 companies ended.[1]

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

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