More content providers rumored for Xbox Live TV

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 29 September 2011 20:00 GMT

Bloomberg is reporting that along with the rumored Comcast and Verizon deal, Microsoft is talks to bring HBO, Crackle, Bravo, Syfy, and Lovefilm UK to Xbox Live TV. According to the site’s source, an announcement of regarding the expansion of services via Xbox Live could come next week at the earliest. Earlier this month, MS CEO Steve Ballmer said Xbox Live TV would release sometime this year. The latest dashboard update for 360 is rumored to launch on November 15.

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