Qello launches on the PlayStation 3 system today; PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 systems soon to follow

By Chris Dahlberg

Published on Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Streaming HD concert film and music documentary service Qello has launched on Playstation 3 today. The service is expected to launch for Playstation Vita and Playstation 4 in the near future. Those who are new to the service can try out a free 15 day trial, after which it costs $4.99 a month to subscribe. Additional details about Qello are below.

NEW YORK, Nov. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Qello, the world’s largest library of streaming HD concert films and music documentaries, is launching its “#1 Must-Download” (Fuse) service on the PlayStation® platform starting today.

The launch, initially available on PlayStation®3™ (PS3™), brings thousands of hours of concert film and music documentaries to PlayStation® for the first time and will be available for the PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) and PlayStation®4 systems soon. PS3 owners can immediately try Qello out with a 15-day free All-Access Pass, and can subscribe for unlimited access to the streaming library for $4.99 a month.

The Qello library is “without peer” (TechCrunch), enabling users in more than 100 countries worldwide access to HD concert films and documentaries across all genres of music from the 1920s to today. Subscribers can check out rare HD releases, including Beyonce, Foo Fighters, Florence and the Machine, Jason Mraz, Eric Clapton, Coldplay and more. Qello’s on-demand database is as diverse as its users’ musical tastes.

“Qello on PlayStation gives music lovers easy access to our deep library of concert films,” says Qello co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer Rich Johnson. “Watching high definition concerts and music documentaries from your living room has never been so easy.”

This launch comes on the heels of Qello securing new partnerships with all three major labels in addition to existing deals that cover a wide selection of global producers – collectively the content from these partners has created what USA Today calls “a haven for music movies.”


About Qello

Qello is a digital entertainment service that streams HD quality content to millions of users worldwide across all new media devices using its proprietary platform. Qello’s application is outfitted with the largest library of HD concert films and music documentaries in the world spanning the spectrum of genres from the 1920s to today. Qello offers a subscription service for unlimited access to content and features for just $4.99 a month, or a free limited service. Content is streamed across the iOS and Android ecosystems, as well as PlayStation ® , Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Windows Mobile, Samsung and Sony Smart TVs, and the web at www.Qello.com. With Qello, consumers find it, stream it, and watch it – anywhere, any time.


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