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YouTube TV for PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii Game Consoles!

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296w ago - Have you ever wanted to just sit on your couch and watch YouTube on your TV? Well, now that's possible via YouTube for Television, initially available through the Sony PS3 and Nintendo Wii game consoles at [Register or Login to view links].

Currently in beta, the TV Website offers a dynamic, lean-back, 10-foot television viewing experience through a streamlined interface that enables you to discover, watch and share YouTube videos on any TV screen with just a few quick clicks of your remote control.

With enlarged text and simplified navigation, it makes watching YouTube on your TV as easy and intuitive as possible. Optional auto-play capability enables users to view related videos sequentially, emulating a traditional television experience.

The TV Website is available internationally across 22 geographies and in over 12 languages.

As [Register or Login to view links], YouTube has partnered directly with major TV and set-top box manufacturers to bring YouTube into the living room. Still, very few such devices today contain a Web browser or provide access to YouTube.

Our hope is that this site may help to accelerate an industry evolution towards open television access to Web video. Over time, we plan...
 

Sony Officially Launches PlayStation Channel on YouTube

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310w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. (SCEA) has teamed up with YouTubeâ„¢, the world's most popular online video community allowing millions of people to discover, watch and share originally created videos, to create a PLAYSTATION®-branded channel that delivers exclusive video content to the worldwide PlayStation community.

Press Release: Launching today, October 14, 2008, and available at www.youtube.com/playstation, the PlayStation channel on YouTube will offer fans a place where they can easily access new trailers and game footage, check out interviews with publishers and developers, share user-generated content, participate in PlayStation promotions and contests, and stay connected to the PlayStation experience.

More than 50 pieces of content will be available at launch, including features for SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation, MotorStormâ„¢: Pacific Rift, NBA '09: The Inside, and the PlayStation®Network.

An evolving service, the PlayStation channel on YouTube will initially consist of a primary PlayStation channel with a regularly updated "Featured Video" and an embedded menu bar for specific games that takes users to a playlist page for additional video content. Fans will be able to customize their own YouTube playlists with...
 

No PS3 Update Needed for Video Capturing and YouTube Uploads

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310w ago - According to Al de Leon at the PlayStation Blog, the PS3 already has the ability to capture videos and upload them to YouTube, its up to the Dev's to implement it.

This is a comment's reply made by Al de Leon on the feature:

"This firmware update applies to screenshots only. The PS3 already has the capability to capture videos and upload them to YouTube.

Developers are starting to incorporate this into their games, such as PixelJunk Eden."

So there you have it!
 

YouTube to Begin Selling Music and Video Games

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310w ago - Popular video-sharing site YouTube will soon begin to sell video games and music as part of a new advertising push, according to a Reuters report (linked above).

Through a partnership with Amazon.com, YouTube pages will feature a button that takes users to the online retailer, where they will be able to buy video games, songs, and music videos. The site will also offer an iTunes link for music downloads.

Acquired by search giant Google for $1.65 billion in 2006, YouTube is estimated to pull in $200 million via ad revenue across 2009, going by analyst predictions.

That figure marks a stark contrast to the Google's own advertising revenues, which are expected to reach $27 billion in 2009.
 

Disgruntled Ex-GameStop Employee Takes it to YouTube

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315w ago - Below is a video of YouTube rants from a former GameStop employee known only as 'WhistleBlowerZero', who has made a 9 part (!) series in the style of Zero Punctuation to explain exactly how bad GameStop is to employees and customers alike.

Many of the tidbits within will hardly be a surprise to anyone who's ever set foot in one of their stores and/or had the misfortune of working retail, but the series seems to be targeted more at the casual consumer and perhaps people who think working at GameStop sounds like a great job.

Viva la revolución?




 
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