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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:33am 30/03/12 | 5 Comments
Xbox 360 owners have been enjoying SBS On Demand on their console of choice for a few months now, but PlayStation 3 owners can join in from today, with Sony announcing that the service has landed on the PlayStation Network.

"Announcing our SBS partnership, Australia’s premier broadcaster of original multicultural programming is exciting and signals our continued commitment to the expansion of the PlayStation 3 entertainment on demand offer," stated Sony Computer Entertainment Australia boss, Michael Ephraim. "Our entertainment armoury is broad, deep, immersive and compelling – with quality content across TV, games, music and movies.

“We are dedicated to providing our PlayStation customers more content and choice in the way they choose to access and consume it," he added. "We know from other TV on demand roll-outs on PS3 in Australia there is great appetite for the trial, uptake and customer appreciation of the convenience of new online entertainment delivery methods. Further, the opportunity for content providers to access a footprint of 1.5 million PS3 consoles in Australia, on the highest selling console of 2011, is also an incredibly compelling one.”

My first recommendation for anyone who hasn't dabbled in the SBS On Demand service is the awesome Aussie-made Danger 5.

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Latest Comments
Posted 10:42am 30/3/12
That's all great and all but most of the good documentaries are on SBS2 which aren't displayed on SBS On Demand. The service would be twice as good if we had double the selection of content.
Posted 12:16pm 30/3/12
Danger 5 is pretty darn good. It's unashamedly old-school style TV.
(The autodefenestration of Hitler being a running gag)
Posted 02:31pm 30/3/12
SBS is one of those channels where I like the programs and or ad's for their upcoming shows but the times they are on never suit me. Whenever I look to see whats on I'm getting turkish news or something. Definitely more appealing to be able to access it now.
Posted 07:54pm 31/3/12
We've still got next to no services compared to EU and NA ps3 users let alone people using Xbox.
Posted 08:50pm 31/3/12
is PSN back up?

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