“Music and video content is an integral part of a rich mobile experience. People want easy and convenient access to their favorite music, movies and TV shows wherever they are,” said Frank Boulben, Chief Marketing Officer at Research In Motion, in a statement. “RIM is committed to working with content providers to bring the best, most up-to-date content to our customers with BlackBerry 10, and to make it easy for them to get what they want.”
RIM says it has arranged content partnership agreements with major companies such as Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal Music Group, and Walt Disney Studios.
As part of the launch of Blackberry 10, RIM is planning on rebranding its app store from Blackberry App Store to Blackberry World.
The Blackberry 10 launches Wednesday.