Due to launch in autumn 2006, BT Vision is a subscription-free service that charges users on a pay-per-view basis.
BT Vision uses a Freeview set-top box that connects to a digital aerial for free TV channels, and connects to a broadband line for video-on-demand services.
Dan Marks, chief executive at BT Television Services, said: "This is an important deal for BT Vision and allows us to offer a broad range of music videos many of which will be exclusive to BT Vision for a period of time from their release."
The deal also means that, from this November, Sony BMG videos will be available through the BT Vision Download Store, a new service offering film, TV and music downloads to PCs and Microsoft-compatible portable devices.
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