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Thursday, 06 October 2011 10:58

Microsoft announces Xbox 360 content partner additions

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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The final nail in Google TV's coffin?
Microsoft announced a major update to the Xbox 360 with a plethora of new content partners for the holiday season.

The announcement means man a good thing for Microsoft, as it covers pretty much all the TV and internet tube content you’ll need. On the other side of the fence, Google on will not be so happy, as Google TV is yet to report any serious mainstream adoption.

Microsoft’s list of partners is as follows and, as you can see, Google better have an ace up its sleeve.

ABC iView – Australia
AlloCiné – France, Germany, Spain, U.K.
Antena 3 – Spain
Astral Media’s Disney XD – Canada
BBC – U.K.
blinkbox – U.K.
Bravo – U.S.
Canal+ - France, Spain
Channel 4 – U.K.
Channel 5 – U.K.
CinemaNow (Best Buy) – U.S.
Comcast – U.S.
Crackle – Australia, Canada, U.K., U.S.
Dailymotion – Available in 32 markets
EPIX – U.S.
GolTV – Spain
HBO GO – U.S.
Hulu – Japan
iHeartRadio (Clear Channel) – U.S.
LOVEFiLM – Germany, U.K.
Manga Entertainment – U.S.
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment/Real Sports – Canada
MediaSet – Italy
MSN with MSNBC.com – Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, U.K.
MUZU.TV – France, Germany, Italy, Spain, U.K.
Rogers On Demand Online (RODO) – Canada
RTVE – Spain
SBS On Demand – Australia
Syfy – U.S.
Telefonica – Spain
Televisa – Mexico
“The Today Show” – U.S.
TMZ – U.S.
UFC – Canada, U.S.
Verizon – U.S.
VEVO – Canada, U.K., U.S.
YouTube – Available in 22 markets
ZDF – Germany
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