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MS cagey on telly content

Matter of time, we say.

Microsoft has skirted around future plans to add television content to the European Video Marketplace.

We will be given new treats as time goes on, according to word-shaped noise from a spokesperson, but it was unwilling to comment specifically on series' from the telly.

However, the future looks bright; the US has had its Video Marketplace up and running for over a year, and offers all sorts of content including shows like Star Trek, South Park and CSI.

Earlier today Microsoft revealed that Europe would finally be granted the service next Tuesday, offering classics such as Demolition Man and The Matrix for download.

Today also hosts the bi-annual Live update, introducing new features such as downloadable Xbox titles to the online service.

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