Articles tagged with: Vidzone
Vidzone is the go to app for music lovers in European territories. The service offers one of the widest music video selections available and has even been known to host the worldwide debut of exclusive content.
Soon, Vidzone will feature live concerts from some of the biggest musicians around including Iron Maiden, Rihanna, and Coldplay.
Ben Creasey, head of production on VidZone, has announced that the music streaming software will be receiving a major update. Not only is EMI joining the service, but it will also be getting much faster.
VidZone has grown a lot since it first released nearly a year ago. And very soon it’s taking another leap forward in the form of Pay-Per-View concerts!
The music streaming service will be providing an exclusive Faithless concert in the near future for an unknown price.
The VidZone team love to offer users of their on demand music video service exclusives now and again, and this Thursday there is another one to add to their list.
VidZone, the European music video streaming service for the PS3, has been updated today and it packs in some great improvements.
The biggest addition is what they call VidZone TV. Sometimes you just can’t make your mind up on what you want to listen to, and so this is where this feature comes in very handy.
VidZone, European’s online music video on demand service, has reached 2 million fans who have watched over 200 million video, making it the biggest dedicated music video streaming application in the world.
Posting over at the official PS blog, Ben Crease, Head of Production for VidZone, is happy to announce that the PS3 jukebox service is now available in 18 countries.
Which 18? Well, there’s a list …
Here’s a handy breakdown of just who went live and when.
VidZone has teamed up with English band Groove Armada to deliver something special in PlayStation Home soon.
To promote their new album, Blacklight, the Presentation Podium will be re-opened to deliver free music, interviews, a mini-game and of course rewards.
After many of you pushing the VidZone team to finally release the much-loved music video service in your country, a lot of your requests have been answered.
Starting on the 26th of November, Netherlands, Portugal and Austria will all get access to the service by downloading it from the PlayStation Store.
The VidZone team have been busy in their offices responding to all the feedback that they have received from the gaming community, including some of our own wishes.
A new update that is available right now adds a long list of improvements including support for the virtual keyboard – no more scrolling through each letter at a time at snails pace just to search for a Britney Spears song!
They just keep rolling them in! VidZone has secured another music video exclusive, this time in the form of the Editors’ new single ‘Papillon’.
The new music video will debut this Thursday at 15:00 BST and the single is from their new album; ‘In This Light And On This Evening’.
Another nugget dropped during the Sony speech yesterday (although this time on Twitter), popular music video service VidZone is set to stretch its musical wings and launch across numerous European countries before the year is out.
Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, New Zealand, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Austria, Switzerland and Portugal are all about to get Sony’s answer to MTV.
If MTV still played music that is.
VidZone has secured a timed exclusivity for two brand new music videos from Placebo’s latest album; Battle For The Sun.
The two tracks, ‘The Never Ending Why’ and ‘Ashtray Heart’, will be available for everyone to watch for the first time this Wednesday, and follows recent exclusives from U2 and The Prodigy.
We have always thought of VidZone as a valueable and popular element of the PlayStation 3’s media capabilities for the seven countries that support it.
Now we have proof on how popular the service is after …
VidZone aren’t satisfied with one exclusive video as they have acquired another, this time in the form of the new Prodigy video called “Take Me to the Hospital”.
So it’s now time to sync our watches and be ready for 6pm BST or 7pm CET on the 4th of August for when the video, and hopefully others as well, go live on the music video streaming service on the PlayStation 3.
We’ve been waxing lyrical about VidZone since it launched on the PS3, what with the fact that it is free, contains thousands of music videos and is being updated every week with hundreds more.
But now VidZone has taken the first step towards becoming a real benefit to sales of the PS3 thanks to gaining the first exclusive showing of U2’s latest video.
Ever wondered exactly how much those VidZone videos are eating at your internet connection? Many people these days, particularly from some countries in Europe, have bandwidth limits on their internet from small to large.
They can be a real pest and ISPs often demand additional payments for every GB that users go over.
We love Vidzone, and we know that there are a lot of other people who like it too. In fact the team behind the service are fully aware of this and that’s why they want pictures of you guys enjoying the free music video service.
On their @VidZone twitter account, the developers had this to say…
Vidzone is a welcome addition to the six countries that support it from the PAL territory and it offers console owners something never seen before – free, legal and easy access to high quality music videos.
When we first heard about the application coming to Europe last year, it sounded very impressive but as with many new concepts, nobody knew if it could live up to the high expectation behind it.