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Monday, 27 June 2011 08:42

NBC News to have increased presence on Xbox

Written by David Stellmack


Expanded offerings and place within the dashboard
Broadcaster NBC is going to have a much larger presence for NBC News on the Xbox platform that will also be located in a new place on the Xbox 360 dashboard. (You can now find it within the Video Marketplace area of the dashboard.)

NBC will be proving higher quality video and additional shows as part of their offerings. The NBA Nightly News and Today Show will continued to be offered. The general feeling seems to be that by moving it to the Video Marketplace it will have a big impact and attract more viewers. Only time will tell if this is the case, but we believe that this is a first step in Microsoft continuing to expand their video content offerings.

Whispers that we hear suggest that Microsoft is working to add more content that we expect to arrive this fall as part of the fall update.

David Stellmack

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