Sony has signed the Berliner Philharmoniker to provide classical concert performances to owners of internet-connected Bravia tellies. Not that Sir Simon Rattle will immediately descend upon your living room with cellos, bassoons, kettle drums and all, but rather you'll be able to call up their performances on a TV - such as the …
Fixing the PS3 otherOS issue instead of this crap.
Nearly had me there
I am thinking of buying one of their internet connected tellies over the next month or so and thought - great! Until I saw 9 euros per concert.
Are the Berlin Phil contracted to Sony as a record label ie is this deal exclusive ie if I want to watch the Berlin Phil do I have to have a Sony?
Or have the Phil seen sense and realised that they will make more money by having a non-exclusive deal with a wider addressable audience?
Interested potential punters want to know. Especially those with no interest in buying a Sony TV (despite the nice ads).
Zwei bier bitte.
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