Now you can watch all the YouTube videos on your Sony Bravia TV through its Internet Video Link module.
BRAVIA is a Sony brand used to market its high-definition LCD televisions as well as front and rear projection TVs. The name is an acronym of “Best Resolution Audio Visual Integrated Architecture”.
“BRAVIA™ Internet Video Link” allows access to free Internet video content, including high-definition, from providers including Yahoo, AOL, Sports Illustrated, blip.tv, Style.com, Men.Style.com, Epicurious, Concierge.com and Crackle, as well as Sony Pictures Entertainment and Sony BMG Music.
Now YouTube has joined this list.
The link is a small module that attaches to the back of a selection of Sony’s LCD flat-panel TVs. It costs $300 and works on existing Ethernet connection without the use of a PC.
Sony’s Technical Emmy-nominated Xross Media Bar™ (XMB) user interface helps users navigate through Internet video content, as well as the standard TV menu features on most of the company’s 2007 television models.
Randy Waynick, senior vice president of Sony’s Home Products Division said:
Sony was one of the first to bring streaming internet video to the TV in the US without a PC, and now you can access one of the most popular online video destinations on your Bravia TV.