VidZone, the PlayStation 3’s music video streaming service, is the largest Music Video on Demand service in the World, offering thousands of videos to millions of people across 18 different countries, as well as purchasable ringtones and MP3’s. VidZone Digital Media, the company behind the service, don’t want to take this success for granted, with numerous plans to broaden the appeal of the PlayStation application set to release throughout the year. VidZone’s CEO, Adrian Workman, outlined some of these plans in an in-depth interview with PlayStation LifeStyle, and others, such as Perez Hilton’s celebrity playlists have already launched on the service. Now, it seems that VidZone has partnered with Sony Ericsson to bring a successful internet music video show to the PS3.
Sony Ericsson’s Pocket TV is a YouTube exclusive music show that ran for 13 weeks in June-August 2009, which mainly provided quirky interviews with music stars. The second series of the show is set to release on YouTube from April 13th, on the PS3 from April 15th and on MSN from April 16th, according to the video’s description.
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