Sony recently announced that You Tube joins BRAVIA Internet Video Link service as online video provider with C-Spot and Wired.com adding to it. So users of BRAVIA Internet Video Link can enjoy YouTube videos.
"Sony was one of the first to bring streaming Internet video to the television in the United States without a PC, and now you can access one of the most popular online video destinations, YouTube, on your BRAVIA TV," said Randy Waynick, senior vice president of Sony Electronics’ Home Products Division. "There are literally millions of videos to choose from on the BRAVIA Internet Video Link service and we’ll continue to add the most compelling content available on the web."
Small module attaches to BRAVIA LCD flat-panel TVs and enables you to enjoy TV programs, movies, weather forecast and news etc. at no additional cost. You can watch weekly web video covering games, content on art, culture, science, politics etc. through Wired.com. You can also enjoy story-driven episodic series from Crackle’s C-spot.
A broadband connection of 2.5Mbps is suggested for enhanced enjoyment. You can buy BRAVIA Internet Video Link module for $300 from Sony authorized dealers.