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Microsoft offers details on its own E3 2013-Xbox One media coverage

Microsoft has promised that its Xbox One reveals at E3 2013 later this month will be all about the games, in contrast to the TV set top features that dominated the console's first official reveal in May. Today, Microsoft's director of Xbox Live programming Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb revealed more details on how Microsoft will cover their E3 2013 announcements for those folks that can't make it to Los Angeles.

Microsoft's stage for its E3 2012 press event at the Galen Center

The Major Nelson website states the festivities will begin on Monday, June 10th at the Galen Center in LA, where Microsoft will hold a 90 minute press event on the Xbox One, where a lot of major new games will likely be revealed. Microsoft will offer a live stream of the event on Xbox.com and via the Xbox 360 console starting at 9:30 am Pacific Time (that's 12:30 pm Eastern time). The press conference will also be shown in the US and Canada on the Spike cable TV network, with no commercials. Microsoft will offer the full E3 2013 press event on demand later that day.

In addition to its streaming video of the Xbox One-E3 2013 press event, Hryb announced that he will be hosting a one hour live streaming show each day of E3, from June 11-13th, again via Xbox.com and through the Xbox 360 console. He states, "During each hour we’ll take a closer look at some of the announcements, interviews with developers, gameplay and more." The live show will start at 4 pm Eastern time each day, (7 pm Eastern time).

Neowin will be attending E3 2013 and will be live blogging the Xbox One press conference. We will follow that up with more live blogs from the other press conferences and previews from the show floor during the week.

Source: Major Nelson

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