UK mobile provider 3 has announced that it will be able to offer a variety of new "on demand" mobile TV programmes including South Park, The Hills and Pimp My Ride UK.
Subscribers who want access to the new content, which bolts on to the existing "3 on Demand" service, can pay between £1.29 and £1.99 for a week's access to an episode. Features include the ability to pause and resume shows...
The creators of South Park are now offering every episode in the catalogue, free and uncensored, from their recently revamped website, South Park Studios.
The site now also offers a library of 3,000 episode clips and previews.
At a press conference this morning in the heart of Microsoft's glasshouse, the company announced an online video partnership with MTV Networks International and Sony BMG, because according to John Mangelaars, VP of Microsoft Online Services Group, "video is exploding". Just cottoned on, eh Microsoft?
Adding to their MSN video service, which is free to users, clips from MTV programs including South Park, Pimp My Ride...
The working day's about to get quite a bit more bearable, thanks to glorious youth-pleaser MTV doing a MEGABUCKS deal to stick every episode of South Park up on the internet for us all to watch.
And the price to you, brave internet user? Nothing. They're doing it for free, no doubt in some convoluted readership-expanding, demographic-driving...
News just in from the satirical hotbed of America - next week's South Park is another gaming special, and this time the target is finger-pumping rock game Guitar Hero.
All we know of the plot is what the makers told the world on its official site last week - that Stan and Kyle's special relationship gets into all sort of difficulties due to Stan's ninja-like guitar skills.