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Friday, January 25, 2008
Sony Releases MTV Programming on UMD Video


Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) today announced it is now offering popular MTV programming on UMD (Universal for PSP system.

This is the first such collaboration between SCEA and a major TV content provider, and it gives video-game fans unique ways to interact with their favorite MTV programming, including "Jackass," "Beavis & Butt-head," and "Aeon Flux." The initial set of UMD videos are available for $14.99 (MSRP) beginning this week, enabling PSP owners to watch their favorite MTV series on PSP?s LCD widescreen, or on a TV display when using the newly designed PSP?s video-out feature.

The recent launch of the newly designed lighter, slimmer PSP, adds a video-out port enabling consumers to watch videos at full standard-definition (720 x 480 resolution) on a TV. PSP system is offered in a variety of SKUs, including the Daxter PSP Entertainment Pack ($199.99 MSRP) and the PSP Core Pack is ($169.99 MSRP).


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