The Wii U has only just arrived (with all of its streaming apps) and we're already discussing rumors for the next generation of Xbox. Meanwhile Comcast is letting users view TV on their mobile devices offline, and Verizon has launched live TV streaming to its iPad app. In sports news YouTube has locked up NBA D-League streaming, while ESPN continues to chase the bigger fish of the BCS Playoff games and the lure of TV money is helping shape conference expansion. We've also got news on a few new things to watch, so press play to listen in. We were having some RSS issues after the redesign, but those should be straightened out now -- if you still notice any problems let us know on Twitter or in the comments below.
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00:11:30 - Rumor: Microsoft preparing set-top box version of next Xbox, to be revealed pre-holiday 2013
00:20:41 - Nintendo Wii U (finally) gets YouTube app, works on GamePad too
00:22:25 - Comcast Xfinity TV Player update adds downloads for offline viewing on iOS, Android
00:25:15 - Verizon FiOS Mobile app for iPad updated with streaming access to 75 channels
00:29:45 - YouTube's biggest sports deal so far will bring live NBA D-League games
00:32:33 - ESPN3 finally comes to Cablevision, WatchESPN 'coming soon' to Optimum TV to GO
00:36:00 - WatchESPN lands on Xbox Live with split screen viewing and more
00:41:30 - ESPN signs dozen year deal for Division 1 college football playoff games
00:46:10 - Big Ten Network carriage agreements may be motivating conference expansion
00:53:50 - Disney to shut down its Online streaming site
00:58:48 - CinemaNow adds Ultraviolet support to some of its movies
01:03:45 - David Attenborough's Galapagos 3D begins airing New Year's Day in the UK on Sky 3D
01:06:39 - Game of Thrones Season Two Blu-ray set arrives February 19th
01:13:00 - Must See HDTV (November 26th - December 2nd)