VidZone launches on PSN today

Free music video service for PS3.

Sony has reminded us that PS3 music service VidZone launches today, after promising as much last week during E3.

Now you definitely know.

VidZone, remember, is the free online music video service where all the latest songs from all the latest stars can be watched on your telly, a bit like MTV.

VidZone is on-demand, though, and the videos can be paused and rewound and stuffed into playlists. Those playlists can be put together on PSP remotely, too.

Sony promises thousands of songs at launch, including stuff from Britney Spears, Tori Amos and Fatboy Slim. Welcome to 1999!

Still, there's enough in there to last three weeks even when you're watching every day, all day.

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