TWC TV App Goes Live on Xbox 360 Today with 300 Channels
Time Warner Cable has officially launched its TWC TV app on Microsoft's Xbox 360 console today. TWC subscribers, who are also Xbox Live Gold members, can now access upto 300 live TV channels in the United States without any additional set top box.
Mike Angus, Time Warner Cable SVP and General Manager, Video, said, “We’re thrilled to add TWC TV to the Xbox 360 as a bigscreen viewing option for our customers. It’s part of our ongoing commitment to give customers more ways to watch the television they love.”
TWC TV app for Xbox 360 will allowusers to navigate fast using voice and gestures via Kinect. Xbox Live membership will allow users to share with friends and watch what they are watching. Xbox Family Settingsalsoallows you to apply integrated parental controls for your kids.
Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate Vice President, Marketing, Strategy and Business, Interactive Entertainment Business at Microsoft, said, “At Xbox, our vision has always been to provide all the entertainment people want in one place. We partner with the biggest brands in the entertainment to bring today’s TV favorites to the living room for 48 million Xbox Live members and we couldn’t be happier to welcome TWC customers to the Xbox family.”
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