'Daily Show,' 'Colbert Report' headed to Xbox Live

Microsoft's gaming console will make them available for download.

'Daily Show' host Jon Stewart Comedy Central
'Colbert Report' host Stephen Colbert Comedy Central

Got a hankering for the latest episodes of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart or The Colbert Report but don't have cable? You may no longer need to go scrounging around the Internet for clips.

Microsoft announced Tuesday that starting immediately, all new episodes of the shows will be available for download on Xbox Live 24 hours after airing.

The company didn't say how much the episodes would cost to download, but Microsoft has tried to keep downloads competitive with those available on other networks, such as iTunes. To date, it has offered hundreds of hours of movies and TV shows via the Xbox Live network, which has more than 6 million subscribers.

All episodes of the Comedy Central shows also are available on iTunes.

 

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