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PlayStation to debut TV streaming service this year, report claims

Sony plans to introduce an internet television service which will stream dozens of channels to PlayStation systems this year, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Sony Computer Entertainment head Andrew House told the WSJ that his division will debut the service in the US next year.

House said the company already has an agreement with Viacom Inc. to stream more than 20 of its channels, including MTV and Nickelodeon, and that it is in talks with other potential content providers.

The company also plans to develop a video game streaming service which will support non-Sony hardware, House said, likely referring to future plans for its PlayStation Now game streaming service.



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