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Post by Dan @ 02:22pm 10/06/10 | 2 Comments
Xbox Australia have sent word that in addition the usual online streams, the Xbox 360 Media Briefing scheduled on the day prior to this years E3 Expo in Los Angeles, will be broadcast live to Australian viewers via Foxtel pay TV's FOX8 channel on Tuesday, June 15 at 3:30pm AEST.
Be a part of entertainment history as FOX8 and Microsoft bring you the world premiere of Xbox 360's future in a special programming event – Xbox 360: The Future Revealed. The program will be delivered live from the Xbox 360 Media Briefing at E3 2010 and includes key game announcements and breaking news from the industry event.
The much trumpeted "World Premiere of Project Natal for Xbox 360" show that includes performances from the renowned Cirque du Soleil is due to take place the evening before the media briefing and is also set to air on FOX8, but not live. FOX8 viewers will be able to catch that one in a couple of weeks on Saturday, June 26, at 7:30pm AEST. Further details in this press release.

As always, AusGamers will be on the ground in LA for this year's E3 and we'll be taking every opportunity to find out more and chat with the creators of these new games and technologies during the week so stay tuned.



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Khel
Posted 02:44pm 10/6/10
Is this being streamed live on the net somewhere as well? I don't have foxtel :(
Dan
Posted 02:51pm 10/6/10
They almost always are. The big US video sites (gametrailers, IGN etc) usually have live streams, or very shortly after online.

MS and Xbox often run their own feeds too, which if they do this year, you'll no doubt be able to find it here http://majornelson.com/
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