You dont understand how business numbers work. There is Gross income, net income, income before/after tax's, etc.
Then the company promises the share-holders they will make a estimated amount of profit. This helps set the stock prices for the year because each share of stock will get some cash each year as dividends, or the share holders can sell/buy stock based on the estimates.
Just throwing out the gross income does not say a company is profitable or a good/bad investment.
Then you have to remember the television business is very competitive with small profits. Cameras probably make a better return. And Sony bought some movie libraries and owns TV shows, but they also own the rights to BluRay format and the PS3.
So when you start looking at the details - you see it is a rather complex system. You may want 1 number to tell you the company is doing well/poorly, but that is not how things work.