Sony rebrands video and music offering under PlayStation banner

sony video unlimitedSony is rebranding Sony Entertainment Network’s Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited services to PlayStation Video and PlayStation Music and incorporating them into PlayStation Network.

PS Video will continue to offer over 200,000 movies and TV shows across PlayStation platforms, Sony devices and PCs, in 11 countries and regions, while the new PS Music service will offer music in partnership with Spotify from this spring in 41 markets around the world.

With the move, Sony said that PlayStation Network will now be its premium entertainment service brand which encompasses games, TV, video and music services.

The PlayStation Network now consist of: digital game and video storefront PlayStation Store; membership service PlayStation Plus, which offers exclusive content and multiplayer gaming options; video on demand and transactional service PlayStation Video; music service, PlayStation Music; streaming game service PS Now; and cloud-based TV service PlayStation Vue.

Sony first announced PS Vue in November 2014, with a beta preview of the service now live in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia for select PS4 and PS3 owners. The TV offering will launch commercially during the first quarter of 2015.

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