The lineup includes Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, HBO Go, Bravo, Crackle, Syfy, TMZ, UFC and The Today Show in the U.S. In the U.K., partners include BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Lovefilm. In Spain, it’s Antena 3, RTVE and Telefonica, and in Mexico it’s Televisa.
It’s not free TV, though. You have to already subscribe to the services, so the deal basically expands the Xbox’s capability as a streaming content adapter for the TV.
a great read. i can't even imagine how i'd be doing if all of this happened to me.
roger ebert: the essential man | esquire.com
i was just thinking this the other day when i saw pacino on letterman.
pacino and de niro: how the mighty have fallen | latimes.com
i’ll brave looking funny in those dumb looking glasses for this flick.
dreamworks to make ‘ghost’ in 3-D | variety.com
seriously, dude still needs to do something with that hair.
michael moore: showman, satirist, journalist, provocateur | latimes.com
online video editors are all around.
cuts launches amidst online video editor war | techcrunch.com
blu-ray sounds more porny.
the xxx factor: blu-ray or hd dvd? | wsj.com
that hedwig movie was damn good.
‘shortbus’ on mainstream route to explicit sex | abcnews.com
mike judge gets screwed by fox.
sharp, funny view of a stupid future | suntimes.com
jb, vince, et all.
retrosexuals: hollywood’s new leading men | msnbc.com
$9.99 would be nice. $7.99 would be better.
apple bringing movies to itunes? | abcnews.com
i might even go opening night.
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By Kim Masters” href=”http://www.slate.com/id/2141699/”>have you seen the da vinci code? | slate.com
oscar-winning ‘crash’ producer is flat broke | reuters.com