Sony FIFA World Cup Channel

Sony Australia today announced the SBS and Yahoo 7 Bravia Internet Video channels are now available, as well as a new FIFA World Cup channel.

The SBS catch-up TV channel is now live on Bravia Internet Video with SBS World Cup 2010 highlights and full matches.

Sony Australia today announced the SBS and Yahoo 7 Bravia Internet Video channels are now available, as well as a new FIFA World Cup channel.

The SBS catch-up TV channel is now live on Bravia Internet Video with SBS World Cup 2010 highlights and full matches.

Shows include Global Village, Italian Food Safari, Mythbusters and Entourage and are accessible via Sony’s Bravia Internet Video-enabled TVs, Blu-ray players and Blu-ray home theatre systems.
The World Cup channel includes Top 20 FIFA World Cup Moments, FIFA World Cup stories and anecdotes, FIFA World Cup films and football player profiles.

The previously announced Yahoo!7 channe– is also now available to all Bravia Internet Video users. It includes shows such as Border Security, Trauma, Mercy and The Matty Johns Show – with further shows expected to join the Yahoo!7 line-up in the near future.

“The combination of catch-up TV for many of Australia’s favourite TV shows and the ability for sports lovers to enjoy exclusive World Cup moments on demand is just the beginning for Bravia Internet Video. More channels are in the pipeline and they will automatically be made available to all Bravia Internet Video devices from Sony,” said Paul Colley, Technology Communications Manager, Sony Australia. “Not only are there more and more channels on offer, but there are now 25 Bravia Internet Video-enabled devices for consumers to choose from.”

Sony is also adding to its Bravia Internet Video line-up with the launch of six IPTV-enabled Blu-ray players and Blu-ray home theatre systems.

As with Sony’s TV range, the BRAVIA Internet Video channels can be accessed through the XrossMediaBar interface on the Blu-ray players and viewed on a compatible TV.

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