Sony to launch internet telly

22 September 2014

6_sony_logo_w Sony Computer Entertainment are looking to launch their internet TV service in the US before the year is out.

Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, CEO Andrew House said that the firm is currently in talks with various content partners to provide, um, content for the platform.

So far, it sounds like Viacom are a 'yes', which will trojan horse in the likes of MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount, Comedy Central, VH1 and Spike.

Sony are also rumoured to have chatting with Disney, Time Warner and Showtime like brazen hussies.

Sony have said that the internet TV service is expected to be compatible with hardware such as the PlayStation 4, Vita, Sony Bravia TVs and the Xperia.

House reckons that "A streaming-based approach needs to have a very wide funnel of devices, and that inherently means a broad and manufacturer-agnostic approach."

Which, in English, suggests that they'd want it accessible for all their range. No news on a UK date yet, but we're all adults here.

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