YouTube, Wired.com and Crackle have all added their content to Sony's Bravia Internet Video Link, the pricey $300 add-on that streams video to Bravia TVs. This is a major upgrade, as the content previously available through BIVL was thin to say the least. Now you can use that beautiful 1080p set to sift through the cesspool that is YouTube, never missing another office freakout or Wii Fit demo while you're away from your computer. Or you could always watch videos that you've made on your own. As for us, we'll buy into the BIVL concept when it has Amazon Unbox or something else for long-form decent quality streaming movies. [Sony]
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