Xbox gets BBC, Channel 4 and channel 5 content

So Microsoft just walked in the back door and dumped practically the entire TV industry in our laps.

The manufacturer's announced almost 40 new entertainment providers for Xbox Live across the globe, including Bravo, the BBC, Syfy, Channel 4 and Channel 5.

The content's split between regions, which is bad news if, like me, you nurture a sickly fondness for Syfy's terrible breed of late night movie. Here's the full list of existing and new partners.

ABC iView - Australia
AlloCiné - France, Germany, Spain, U.K.
Antena 3 - Spain
Astral Media's Disney XD - Canada
AT&T - U.S.
BBC - U.K.
blinkbox - U.K.
Bravo - U.S.
BSkyB - U.K.
Canal+ - France, Spain
Channel 4 - U.K.
Channel 5 - U.K.
CinemaNow (Best Buy) - U.S.
Comcast - U.S.
Crackle - Australia, Canada, U.K., U.S.
Dailymotion - Available in 32 markets
Facebook - Available in all 35 Xbox LIVE markets
FOXTEL - Australia
GolTV - Spain
Hulu - Japan
Hulu + - U.S.
iHeartRadio (Clear Channel) - U.S. - U.K., U.S.
LOVEFiLM - Germany, U.K.
Manga Entertainment - U.S.
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment/Real Sports - Canada
MediaSet - Italy
MSN with - Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, U.K.
MUZU.TV - France, Germany, Italy, Spain, U.K.
Netflix - Canada, U.S.
Rogers On Demand Online (RODO) - Canada
RTVE - Spain
SBS On Demand - Australia
Syfy - U.S.
Telefonica - Spain
Televisa - Mexico
"The Today Show" - U.S.
TELUS - Canada
TMZ - U.S.
Twitter - Available in all 35 Xbox LIVE markets
UFC - Canada, U.S.
Verizon - U.S.
VEVO - Canada, U.K., U.S.
VimpelCom - Russia
Vodafone Portugal - Portugal
YouTube - Available in 22 markets
ZDF - Germany
Zune - Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain


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Sounds awesome! do we get these with our Gold subscription or do we (no doubt) have to pay extra?

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