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Sony’s television streaming service, PlayStation Vue, available in the US in early 2015

IGN reports that Sony will launch PlayStation Vue, a streaming television service designed for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, in the first quarter of 2015.

CEO Kaz Hirai made the Vue announcement during Sony’s CES 2015 conference in Las Vegas.

Last year, Sony asserted that PlayStation Vue will launch with “around 75 channels per market,” including local content alongside major networks like Fox, NBC Universal and Viacom. The service will also feature on-demand content, with the last three days’ worth of “popular programming” available to watch. Viewers can also save their favourite content to the cloud for up to 28 days.

We’ll have Australian details as they… or rather, if they… become available.

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