Microsoft's Xbox gets ESPN programming Video
Microsoft's Xbox gets ESPN programming Video Transcript
Later this year you'll enjoy. 24 hours a day seven days a week -- -- -- events through watched ESPN on Xbox-360. Providing access to all your favorite networks used to get used in TU ESPN three and -- -- -- We're talking all your favorites sports center. Sports nation a Mike and Mike show as well as its -- excellent coverage of the NFL. Major League Baseball and the NBA. All live holiday ski all on Xbox-360. So let's take a look. At the future of how you will experience the sports you love on Xbox.
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