Sony Entertainment Network was a digital entertainment delivery platform that included a media sharing service called PlayMemories, a video-on-demand platform named Video Unlimited and a cloud-based music service called Music Unlimited. It was launched in 2012 by Sony Corporation but replaced by the PlayStation Network in 2015.
Sony Entertainment Network's suite of media services was designed to be user-friendly and accessible through a single electronic account. It was available on multiple Sony platforms, including the PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows and Sony Internet TV. The Music Unlimited service let users stream more than 15 million songs, while the Video Unlimited service offered more than 80,000 TV episodes and movies.