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New on Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited

Jeff Safran's Avatar + Posted by Jeff Safran on Jul 27, 2012 // Marketing Manager, Sony Entertainment Network

This week, the Music Unlimited service features new releases from Passion Pit, The Gaslight Anthem, and Jennifer Lopez, as well as new albums from artists including Slipknot, Love and Theft, Rodriguez, The Jacka, Eternal Summers, and Reks. Also this week, check out the new Zac Brown Band – Artist Picks Premium Channel! In celebration of their latest album Uncaged, Zac and the band have compiled an eclectic list, including many of their hit tracks alongside favorite songs ranging all the way from Bonnie Raitt to Jay-Z. You can hear the whole thing now in the premium channels section of the Music Unlimited service.

On the video side, we’re helping you celebrate the 25th year of Shark Week by bringing you up close and personal to the ocean’s deadliest predators through the Shark Week Sale on the Video Unlimited service! Now through August 20, download and enjoy past Discovery Channel episodes for $0.99 in SD, and $1.99 in HD (US and Canada), as well as other jaw-dropping shark movies for just $4.99 SD (US only).

Also, catch the sharks in action by customizing your PS3 with the official Shark Week dynamic theme! For a limited time, this theme is yours for just $1.99. Get all the details here.

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3 Comments

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+ DarkFirePro on July 28th, 2012 at 2:21 pm said:

Is there any chance we Canadians can be allowed to buy episodes from Family Guy season 9. I really enjoy the Road to… episodes and have allbut Road to the North Pole on my ps3. Also could we have more current T.V. shows, I’m looking to cut my cable & would prefer having the ps3 as my “T.V. box” as it were. I already use it for 8 out of the 14 shows watch (including Family Guy)


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+ RENEGADE-Xx-xX on July 29th, 2012 at 11:10 pm said:

Hey can you really download music off this service onto a vita and listen to that music off the vita offline as I heard you can? How does that all work?


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+ Simcoe on July 30th, 2012 at 7:40 am said:

@2 Yes, you can and I’ve done it! You have to create a playlist, when you do that it’ll ask you if you want to make it (the playlist) available offline, select that option and start adding songs to that playlist. Now each time you add a new song to that playlist (regardless of which device you’re using when you’ve added the song) your Vita will automatically download it when you’re running music unlimited on your vita. The great thing about having these songs available for “offline” use is that you can have music unlimited running in the background on your Vita while using another application and the playlist will continue playing!


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