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Windows Live Gets YouTube, 18 More Content Partners

From Microsoft:

This week, 19 new third-party feed partners will be rolling out globally on Windows Live, bringing the total of feed partners up to 75 global web companies, so over 450 million Windows Live customers have even more ways to share what they're doing across the web and communicate with the people they care about. To get a better sense of how these new partners appear in the Windows Live experience, check out the brief demo video here.

  • Feed partners available to consumers this week at include YouTube, and a host of regional web companies (full list available here.)
  • As of today, Windows Live now has feed partnerships with seven of the leading U.S. video sites, according to comScore – YouTube, MySpace, Hulu, Facebook,, Daily Motion and CNET – so consumers can easily see when their contacts upload a new video or leave a comment on one of these sites.

In addition to video partners, Windows Live has partnerships with leading web companies in seven different categories, including blogging, music, news, photo sites, portals, reviews and social networking.

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