Much like Microsoft will be providing for the Xbox One, Sony is also planning on having extended coverage of E3 available online via livestreams. Available via the PlayStation Blog, Ustream or even on your PlayStation 3, Sony's coverage will provide full event coverage -- starting with their June 10 Press Conference starting at 5:30 PM. They'll then have the streams running for the duration of E3, providing over 20 hours of live coverage.
Did I mention they'll have lots of games? They'll have lots of games. According to the post Sony is planning on showcasing more than 40 games across the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita platforms. That includes first party titles like Killzone: Shadow Fall and third party games like The Last of Us. Expect anything from gameplay demos to developer interviews on the stream.
Oddly enough Sony also used this post to announce one more thing, that they'll be allowing up to 40 people to attend their press conference. Check out the PlayStation Blog for more information, but basically if you're one of the first 40 people in line for the PlayStation E3 press conference at the LA Memorial Sports Arena starting Monday at 4:00... you get in! You have to be 21 or older though, because booze.
If the E3 show floor is open to attendees, Sony will have their livestream running, unlike Microsoft who will be providing wrap-up livestreams after each day. Whose format will provide a better experience? Yet another aspect of the console war we'll just have to wait and see.