Sony using Drupal

Sony is using Drupal for Musicbox, a site where you can watch all videos in Sony's video library. The site was built by Lullabot: details are available in Lullabot's 29th Drupal podcast.

Musicbox
Musicbox is a community site by Sony Music where you can watch and rate and review the music videos of all Sony artists.

Comments

bertboerland (not verified):

Don't get me wrong, I think it is great that a "Big Company" uses Drupal as a base for their website and congrats to Lullabot for making the stuff under the hood.

But please, I have seen all the beta signs, wet floor effects, rounded corners, gradients and other "look-this-is-2.0" elements I can handle.

In other words, if Sony is using the cosmetic side of "Web 2.0", you *know* it's not hip.

January 08, 2007
Robert Douglass (not verified):

Actually, I think the curved corners (and maybe the wet floor effects) are a tribute to Shakira's hips (which you can watch ad infinitum on the Musicbox site). Digg?

January 08, 2007
bertboerland (not verified):

Also note that this is not just Sony but a Sony Bertelsmann combo.

January 09, 2007
Wanna (not verified):

Wow, Drupal can even do a big site. I'm still learning how to customize. :)

January 14, 2007
Frank (not verified):

This shows that is has to be a proven system, otherwise a big company like Sony won't make this step. Congratulations!

October 16, 2007

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