The Japan-based multinational conglomerate corporation, Sony has announced that the famous video sharing website, Youtube is now joins Sony BRAVIA Internet Video Link service, allowing BRAVIA Internet Video Link users to access millions of videos on YouTube without additional cost.

According to the company, “Joining YouTube are Wired.com and C-Spot, which offers original episodic short comedy series.”

The Sony’s BRAVIA Internet Video Link ($300) is a small module which fits to the back of a selection of the company’s 2007 and 2008 BRAVIA LCD flat-panel television models, connecting to the Internet via existing broadband Ethernet connection of at least 2.5 Mbps is recommended.

“Sony was one of the first to bring streaming Internet video to the television in the United States without a PC, and now you can access one of the most popular online video destinations, YouTube, on your BRAVIA TV,” said Randy Waynick, senior vice president of Sony Electronics’ Home Products Division. “There are literally millions of videos to choose from on the BRAVIA Internet Video Link service and we’ll continue to add the most compelling content available on the web.”

In addition to YouTube, the content lineup for the Internet Video Link now includes Yahoo!, AOL, Sports Illustrated, blip.tv, CondeNet’s Style.com, Men.Style.com, Epicurious and Concierge.com channels, Sony Pictures Television’s Crackle, The Minisode Network and Inside Sony Pictures channels, FEARnet, Ford Models, SingingFool and VideoDetective.

“The partnership with Sony helps us achieve our goal of making YouTube accessible on any screen,” said Chris Maxcy, YouTube’s partner development director. “The integration of YouTube into the television enhances the living room entertainment experience by offering a large number of channels for people to select from, enabling them to watch what they want, when they want it.”

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