The technology for the LocationFree TV service, which launches in May in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands, was included as part of Sony's latest 2.7 firmware update for the games console.
"LocationFree is a completely new way of seeing TV," said Sony in a statement. "Instead of going to the television set, the TV comes to you via your home TV tuner wherever you are."
The firmware upgrade also adds support for Flash website content and podcast streaming, as well as allowing additional music file formats to be played on the console.
"The latest upgrade now provides PSP music file compatibility with the most popular music file formats, including MP3, ATRAC, AAC and WMA, providing the PSP entertainment system with one of the most versatile music players available," said Sony.
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