We just reported that MSN Video has gone live on Xbox Live but it looks like that's not the only new video service that's now available for Xbox 360 owners. Microsoft has just announced that a whole bunch of new video services can now be accessed on the Xbox 360 game console.
The biggest is the new YouTube support, which went into beta yesterday and is now available in 24 countries (Australia, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany , Hong Kong, Ireland, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Singapore, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States, and South Africa).
US owners of the Xbox 360 can now also access MSNBC.com videos and videos from everyone's famous (or infamous) celebrity themed video TMZ, which is also available for Canadian Xbox 360 owners. Verizon FiOS subscribers can now access 26 live cable TV channels in the US. Finally US owners can now access iHeartRadio, which can let listeners access 800 live radio stations across the US.
UK Xbox 360 owners can access blinkbox which has over 10,000 movies to check out. UK users, along with folks in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and Sweden can now access MUZU.TV via their Xbox Live console. Australian users can check up on local TV episodes with SBS On Demand for Xbox 360. Spain citizens can check out local TV content with the RTVE app. Finally, Canadian users can access Rogers On Demand.