Sony To Debut iTunes Rival
Sony next year will unveil a download service in which consumers can download movies and television episodes directly to their televisions as well as mobile devices, the company announced Thursday.
The service will compete with Apple's iTunes and various streaming options offered by Netflix. According to AFP, Sony plans for the service to integrate the company's hardware offerings, such as the PlayStation 3 and Bravia TVs, with content from its film, television and movie divisions.
The service is scheduled to debut in 2010, and the company hopes to have it out in the first half of the year.