Speaking to Game Informer, Dille partly lifted the veil of secrecy surrounding the content that will be made available via Sony's upcoming PSP Store, announced last week.
When asked whether the PSP Store will focus on movies and music, Dille confirmed the expectation in a round about way, and acknowledged that Sony should have been more persistent in this area prior to now.
"We were a little bit coy about revealing all of the plans, but I think all of the above… The missing ingredient for us has been making it easier for consumers to get video content or music content to the PSP, because the device has this awesome technical playback capability, awesome screen built for video and yet we don't make it terribly easy for people to access any content. So we're looking to fix that. We've got a lot of people hard at work on it we look forward to rolling that plan out and that service out later this year. But be patient, we hope it won't be much further."