Owners of Bravia HDTVs are getting a slew of Internet video channels if you have the Bravia Internet Video Link, which is a ‘small module’ that attaches itself to the back of the TV and is hooked up to the Web via Ethernet. Eight new channels will be offered including content from blip.tv, Sony Pictures, CondéNet, and Sports Illustrated . The latter will offer this year’s annual swimsuit issue with videos, interviews and other special coverage this month. Actual sports content will be offered at a later date. CondéNet, the Internet unit of Condé Nast Publications, will offer four channels ranging from fashion to lifestyle content from style.com and men.style.com as well as travel and food/dining content. Blip.tv will showcase the best of user-generated content sites from various outlets like Break a Leg and Geek Entertainment TV. The Bravia Internet Video Link is available now for $300.