While we haven't heard anything too revolutionary leap out of the confines of CES 2009, a few tidbits are beginning to emerge that might tickle PlayStation 3 owners. During a presentation at the show, Kazuo Hirai announced that MTV will be providing the PlayStation Video Store with 2,000 hours of programming. The Video Store already has a respectable amount of content to rent or purchase, but this huge chunk of video will certainly complement the shows and movies already available.
Stay tuned for more information.
Update: Shortly after Hirai made his announcement, an official press release came down the line detailing the aforementioned content. According to the release, the content will be hitting the video delivery service beginning in February and include such programs as The City, South Park and SpongeBob SquarePants. There is also a note that indicates that shows released in the Spring will be added to the PlayStation Store as they become available.
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