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Microsoft has announced that the HBO GO streaming movie and TV show app, along with Comcast's XFINITY TV and MLB.TV, are now available for Xbox LIVE Gold customers on the Xbox 360.
HBO will release its streaming movie and TV show app HBO Go for users of Microsoft's Xbox 360 console on April 1, just in time for the second season of HBO's TV show Game of Thrones.
The Xbox 360's live television services are still scheduled to launch on Tuesday but a newly released schedule today reveals that not every content provider will be ready to launch on Dec. 6.
Many have been wondering if the massive growth in Netflix's streaming video business will take away from the audience that watches broadcast and cable TV shows. Well, premium pay cable network HBO is doing something...