Tim Schaaff, the current president of Sony Entertainment Network, is to retire at the end of the year, leaving current president of Sony Computer Entertainment, Andrew House, to take up the role.
Although he'll stick around in his current role, House will try to balance both, helping Sony to blend both the area of PlayStation and other media content as one.
" Tim has been a strong leader within Sony who truly embodied the 'One Sony' spirit by successfully leading corporate-wide initiatives across business units since he joined," said Kazup Hirai, President and CEO of Sony Corporation.
I'm grateful to have had this unique opportunity, proud of the commitment of my team has demonstrated, and encouraged about Sony's prospects in this strategic area," said Schaaff.
Schaaff will remain as an outside director, although House will take over the running of his daily duties.