This article may give you some hope:
by Mike Schramm on Jan 28th 2010 7:20PM
Our buddy Leo LaPorte interviewed Jay Tannenbaum of Sling Media the other week on his Tech Guy Labs podcast live at CES, and reader Jason spotted a little bit of news that will be of interest to PS3 owners. The interview starts at about 33 minutes into episode 629, and in his chat with Leo at 33:35, Tannenbaum mentions that the Slingbox software allows you to stream DVR content to anywhere in the world, including "your phone, your laptop, and soon to even the PlayS -- uh, PS3." Leo responds the same way we would, with an incredulous, "Really?" And Tannenbaum answers in the affirmative.
So, wow, there you go. Presumably, you'll still need a Slingbox to actually sling the media out to your console, and obviously there's no word yet of how the software would be delivered to the PS3 (on a disk like the Netflix app, or via a purchased program like the $30 iPhone app), but eventually you'll be able to watch your Slingbox media, even in 1080i, as Tannenbaum says later in the interview, on your PlayStation 3. Interested?
Update: DustoMan in our comments says that Tannenbaum meant streaming Slingbox through the PS3's browser, as shown in these photos at CES. Still works, we guess, but not quite as groovy.
There's no word on the ETA though, Sling Media reps will not comment on release dates or anything else pertaining to unreleased products.
Yeah this might seem like a godsend for some of you... But really they need an app for the ps3.
I do not like the ps3 browser period.
Netflix let's you stream without a disk on the ps3.
Time for sling to use the ps3 like the sling catcher. (oh I have 5 sling catchers)
Please give us an app we can download for the ps3,xbox360 and the wii.