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PS3 now drives 10% of traffic to BBC iPlayer

Sony's PS3 games console now accounts for 10% of all viewing of the iPlayer, according to the BBC. The broadcaster has just launched a new version of its PS3-compatible iPlayer, which was initially introduced last year. The new version has already overtaken Apple Macs to become its second most popular platform for IP-delivered TV, the BBC said. PS3 claims 10% of all iPlayer viewing while Apple Macs have 8.5%. PCs meanwhile are still number one, accounting for around 70%. Virgin Media cable, which claims around a third of total iPlayer viewing, is not included in this count.

10/09/2009  |  Full story...

Coming to a PSP near you

Sony and Sky are teaming up to launch a video-on-demand service dubbed Go!View for Sony's portable PSP device, writes Netimperative. PSP owners will have access to films, TV Shows and sport from a range of media suppliers including the BBC, Disney, ABC and Sky Sports. Users can get monthly subscription packs for Comedy, Sport and Entertainment, while TV shows and films can be rented individually. Content is ported to the PSP via the user's PC.
Sony is also launching its PlayStation 3 video rental downloads service in the US with an initial selection of around 1,200 TV shows and 300 films. Users can download in both SD and HD with TV episodes costing around $2 and films around $3. Users have a 14 day period in which to watch their downloads.
From Netimperative: http://www.netimperative.com, 15/07/2008
Go!View: http://www.goview.tv

15/07/2008

3 launches ad funded music videos

Mobile network operator 3 UK has launched an ad supported, commercial mobile music video service in conjunction with record label Sony BMG. The service, powered by Rhythm NewMedia, is available to all 3 UK customers and is accessed through 3’s music homepage. The service is offered to customers with no data charges and is supported by ‘short, targeted video ads’.

31/03/2008  |  Full story...

Sony brings Skype to PSP

Sony has confirmed that it is adding Skype VoIP functionality to its PlayStation Portable (PSP) gaming device, writes Telecoms.com. Sony are releasing a firmware update at the end of January for the PSP-2000 series which will allow users to make VoIP calls when they are connected to a wireless network. Sony are also releasing a range of additional peripherals such as microphones to take advantage of the new features.
From Telecoms.com: http://www.telecoms.com, 07/01/2008
Sony: http://www.sony.co.uk

08/01/2008

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