I remember back when HBO GO first launched, and it was only available to Verizon Fios subscribers. All that True Blood, and so very few viewers to enjoy it. But in the past year, HBO GO has extended itself to the far reaches of our Internet-connected universe, and according to a report out of Engadget, it’ll stretch even further.
HBO co-president Eric Kessler said at an HBO event last night that HBO GO would come to the Xbox 360 on April 1. Unfortunately, we have no way of deciding whether or not this is legit or a very calculated April Fools joke that is already in pre-production. I’m leaning toward its validity, though.
According to a video released by Microsoft, the Xbox 360 has seen over 66 million sales. If even half of those people get on board with HBO GO, it’ll put the service on an entirely new level.
Home Box Office, a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, L.P. (TWE), provides two 24-hour premium TV services, HBO and Cinemax, to subscribers across the United States via cable, C-band satellite, direct broadcast satellite (DBS) and microwave (MMDS). HBO is also available to guests in hotels and motels across the country. Each month, HBO offers more than 90 theatrical motion pictures–ranging from top box office hits to a broad spectrum of popular films–as well as exclusive programming, including original movies,...