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This article was published on March 4, 2014

Microsoft brings more than 92,000 music videos to Xbox Music on Xbox One

Microsoft brings more than 92,000 music videos to Xbox Music on Xbox One
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Microsoft today launched music videos on the Xbox One. The company is starting off by introducing more than 92,000 music videos to Xbox Music, but didn’t say anything about them being supported outside of its latest console.

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Whether you’re listening to a playlist, Radio stream, or a random track, if the song has a music video, the Xbox One will play it automatically on your TV. Microsoft says the feature is available now: just log on to Xbox Music on the Xbox One now and start watching music videos.

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