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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:24pm 04/08/09 | 4 Comments
It was kind of news to us as well. Not so much the Prodigy releasing a new film clip, artists do that all the time. More that Sony have a function available from the PlayStation Store that allows for direct streaming video clips from bands to your PS3.
Launched in June of this year, VidZone is a free service exclusive to PLAYSTATION3 that gives you the freedom to view thousands of music videos on demand by streaming them directly to your PS3 and onto your TV screen.
It's an interesting idea, that combines a little of YouTube with MySpace and MTV, only on-demand on your PS3.

If anyone else has downloaded VidZone and uses it regularly, drop us a comment to tell us what it's like. Oh yeah, and apparently the video for "Take Me To The Hospital" by the Prodigy will be exclusive to VidZone from August 5th ahead of the single's release August 31st.



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elachlan
Posted 12:33pm 04/8/09
It's an awesome song. Youtube has a few vids, but not sure if its the one mentioned here.
scuzzy
Posted 01:12pm 04/8/09
Shame about their last album having nothing worth listning too
pixem
Posted 02:02pm 04/8/09
indeed, vidzone had an exclusive earlier this year for the u2 video. that interests me more than prodigy.
Hyperslide
Posted 02:33pm 04/8/09
For what it is Vidzone is ok. I hope in time they accommodate more music styles because commercial music make me sick.

That being said, the potential for this application is huge and now with the streaming Sony can tap into their music branch and do all sorts of exclusive releases.. Its a good tap into the "family" / mass market.
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