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  • Welcome to Disney on X-Box

    Welcome to Disney on X-Box 360

    July 11, 2007

    As the Sun Valley retreat plugs on in hopes of matching Big Media with High Tech, and E3 starts showcasing video game systems - Disney has reached deal with Microsoft... 35 films will be made available for download on X-Box 360 systems... (I am surprised this didn't come sooner... but perhaps Steve Jobs and Apple should get first dibs, right?)

    More on this story at the Los Angeles Times
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