What's New with Windows Media Center's Internet TV
- Posted: Oct 26, 2009 at 6:17 AM
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Along with the Netflix update, which brought Netflix’s streaming video feature to Windows Media Center, more content has also been added under the “Internet TV” subsection under the “TV” menu. The most notable new addition is content from CBS which includes CBS Primetime, Daytime, Extras, and TV Classics as well as full-length episodes of current TV shows, CBS Classics TV shows, short clips, and Web originals.
In addition, there’s now content available from the Zune Video podcast library, too, which includes videos from ABC News, CBS News, CNBC, CNET TV, Comedy Central, Current TV, The Discovery Channel, Fox, G4 TV, HBO, MSNBC, NBC, Showtime, Revision 3, and some user-generated videos too. Some of the Zune video content is even in HD.
Finally, both clips and full length shows have been added from MSN and MSNBC.com. This includes TV shows like Arrested Development, news and weather from MSNBC, editor picks and most popular videos, five day weather forecasts, news, video playlists, music videos, movie trailers and more.
If you haven’t gotten the update yet, you can force it to download by going to Tasks -> Settings -> General -> Automatic Download Options.