First announced at this year’s E3 Expo, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer cleared away the static about the Xbox 360’s upcoming “live TV” service during an analyst briefing. Known as Xbox TV, the service will launch this holiday season with “dozens or hundreds of additional video content suppliers.”
Additional details about the service are still pretty sketchy, but we know it’ll include video-on-demand options, UFC events, and live TV featuring “news, sports, and your favorite channels.”
The most important detail, the price, is also still a big question mark. It’s also unknown how Xbox TV will integrate itself with Xbox Live’s current video services including Hulu, Netflix and Zune Video.
So basically, we don’t know anything new now that we didn’t already know at E3.