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Slacker radio support added to BRAVIA HDTVs

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 20 Nov 2008 2:06

Slacker radio support added to BRAVIA HDTVs Sony has announced today that they have added support for Slacker radio to BRAVIA HDTVs with Internet Video Link.
Users can now use their existing Slacker account to stream customized radio channels through their HDTVs. Sony did note that stations will have to be configured on a PC first.

The electronics giant also said Howcast support was being launched today giving "access to just short of 100 how-to videos through the TV separated into different categories."

Both accounts are free through Internet Video Link, which costs $300 USD and needs to be connected to a broadband connection. Slacker premium accounts start at $30 USD.

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