When the new video player debuted, all video links within were modified to redirect to it.However, you may have old video links bookmarked or cached in your browser, or have received hard-coded links to clips via email that still point back to the old video player.Here are answers to msnbc.com's most frequently asked questions about our new video player, along with useful support information.We will be updating the information on this page as we progress during the beta phase of the player's release.For instance, identical episodes will be loaded with two different date labels. I agree with J Watson -- pleez create an Apple TV app! I've reached out via Twitter before, but no reply, just crickets. What are the system requirements for using the video player?The new video player is cross-platform and should work on all versions of Mac OS X, Windows XP and Windows Vista. You will be able to copy and paste HTML code onto your site or blog for any video clip you view on
You can now start the episodes in the app and stream MSNBC to your TV and Apple TV.• Free trial – watch up to 3 full episodes of your choice for one month• Can't finish an episode in one sitting? • Special clips, interviews and behind-the-scenes video• MSNBC program guide• Facebook, Twitter, and email sharing When this app works, it's good. Also, whoever updates the videos does not have much attention to detail. I only watch the live stream, so I can't comment on others' problems with the availability of previously aired shows.
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