Microsoft, Netflix Hit Play on Xbox Deal

Sadighi, Lalee
July 2008
Red Herring;
The article reports on the partnership formed between Microsoft and Netflix. The deal will enable Xbox users to stream movies from Netflix to their television (TV) sets via the gaming console. Netflix members who own an Xbox 360 and subscribe to the Xbox LIVE Gold service will be able to stream movies from the DVD rental company's digital title library.


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