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Microsoft to talk TV this September

It feels like we have not mentioned the words TV and Xbox One together for ages, well that's about to change.

Microsoft’s corporate vice president Phil Harrison will discuss the future of his firm’s move into interactive entertainment at a DICE event this September.

The description of Harrison’s talk says that he will, “share his vision of the future of interactive entertainment,” during the session.

DICE 2014 will take place at London’s Royal Garden Hotel Kensington on Sept 23-24. Perhaps we'll even get some more TV talk before then at E3, although new boss Phil Spencer is promising "games, games, games."

Edited On 19 May, 2014

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Zombieflamingo 2 years ago
Interested to see what they do with the TV stuff especially the Halo TV show as I do love some good sci fi.
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Mansfield 2 years ago
I look forward to seeing what is announced.i do not subscribe to tv channels of any kind I have a xbox one an a xbox 360 and my family are heavy netflix and on demand tv users,so all this original tv programmes is a great bonus to me ,along with some excellent games this year the future sure looks bright
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TruDarkAssassin 2 years ago
lets see what there planning now after the whole E3 last year with sports and stuff , would like to see some sky or cable stuff mentioned for us in the uk
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Akemi no Zero 2 years ago
Here comes more halo series maybe but we'll see.
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Sarah 2 years ago
Interesting! Can't say I'm big on TV, but some of my family members are. Still, variety is not a bad thing, and I for one hope there's more of it, not only in games but in other forms of digital entertainment.
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juvan1le 2 years ago
Man, i swear TV better not take up a huge chunk of there E3 conference, i have a tv, i just want the games please microsoft i expect games!

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