|Subsidiary of Media Corporation|
|Industry||Music & entertainment|
|Founded||April 20, 1977|
Irvine, Orange, |
Jeong-Ho Yi (Chairman)|
Olaf Hagen (CEO)
|Revenue||▲ $4.275 billion (2015)|
Number of employees
|Divisions||List of O.P. Entertainment labels|
|Slogan||Better in Opland|
As one of the "Big Four" music entertainment in Sierra (the others being Avocado Records, Polygon Records, and Warner Music Group), O.P. Entertainment is one of the largest corporations in the Kingdom with reported revenue of $4.725 billion in 2015. It is represented by the Sierran Music Forum organization in Sierra and the Recording Industry Association of America in Anglo-America. In 2014, RBS Business named O.P. Entertainment as Business of the Year, and O.P. Entertainment was listed as one of Sierra's most influential companies. The company expanded its operations with regional subsidiaries in Astoria, Superior, Korea, Japan, and Tondo in 2009. O.P. Entertainment's headquarters are based in Irvine, Orange, Sierra.
B.A.D. Music was formerly an independent record company founded in 1965 which featured hit artists and bands in soft rock, hard rock, and jazz music. B.A.D Music was one of O.P. Entertainment's first acquisition when the company expanded its scope in 2002 and purchased it for $50 million.
Channels' Finest Music Group
The Channels' Finest Music Group (CFMG) is a subsidiary that was established in 2006 with a focus on all music that was neither Korean, English, or Spanish. Hoping to reach out to other major linguistic groups in the Kingdom, the CFMG premiered with four record labels geared towards French, Chinese, Japanese, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. Worldwide Beats Records was added to the CFMG lineup in 2009 to encompass all other music in languages not focused in any of O.P. Entertainment's existing subsidiaries or labels.
- Asia Pop Records (Vietnamese and Filipino)
- Bourbon Records (French)
- New Star Music (Chinese)
- Sakura Records (Japanese)
- Worldwide Beats Records (Miscellaneous)