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YouTube content comes to Sony's Bravia Internet Video Link

Nilay Patel
June 5, 2008
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Sony's Bravia Internet Video Link hasn't really gotten much attention, but the little box is growing up so fast -- Sony's just announced that as of today, YouTube content will now be available at no extra cost. That's in addition to channels from Style.com, Sports Illustrated, blip.tv, and others, and YouTube content should pop up in the BIVL's XMB interface just like all the rest. Sounds great -- now to figure out how to RickRoll the sucker.

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