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Old December 1 2010, 05:31 PM   #16
Location: New York City
Re: a la carte programming - TV

There is a similar discussion going on over in the Gaming forum you may want to check out:
Xbox TV
It's more the business aspect of using the hardware though.
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Old December 1 2010, 05:45 PM   #17
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Re: a la carte programming - TV

^ Yeah, that's what it's become, though that's not what I had initially expected when I posted that thread. I was more interested in this sort of a la carte programming idea. Being able to subscribe to specific cable channels and watching them through my Xbox, in addition to already being able to watch Netflix through my Xbox? Hell yes, I love that idea.
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