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Looney Tunes and Nickelodeon Cartoons Launch on Xbox Live


Microsoft has announced that several family-friendly programs are available now for download on its Xbox Live service, which provides content to Microsoft Xbox game console owners. The service will provide more than 50 Looney Tunes cartoons and episodes of Nickelodeon’s The Backyardigans and Blue’s Clues. Pricing for the Looney Tunes cartoons was annouced at $1.50 per episode for a standard-definition video and about $1.75 for a high-definition video. Some episodes will also be available in Spanish.

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