Microsoft Corp.’s new "MSN Video" service now boasts free, exclusive broadband content from MSNBC.com (www.msnbc.msn.com), Microsoft said Thursday.
MSN Video users can now view breaking news and top stories on-demand, with the ability to build playlists, all free-of-charge.
"We've seen for years that people looking for news want to see images," MSNBC.com president and general manager Scott Moore said in a release.
"Whether it's video of a bearded Saddam Hussein, a Today show concert or updates from the presidential campaign, MSNBC.com is committed to keeping news video free on the Web," he added.
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