imageEvery year, E3 brings a ton of excitement and fun with it as you get to see some pretty incredible things on the horizon. Today at 12:30 pm ET/9:30 am PT, E3 2012 kicks off with the Xbox 360 Media Briefing and you can watch it live in a multitude of ways. Given the high level of interest in this event each year, I am sharing out how and where you can watch the Xbox 360 Media briefing from E3 2012 here:

  1. From your computer: Check out the Xbox@E3 site
    • During the briefing, Major Nelson and others will be participating in an interactive chat that you will be able to join and participate in
  2. From your Xbox console through Xbox LIVE.
    • Please note, to watch the live stream through Xbox LIVE on your Xbox console, you will need an Xbox LIVE Gold membership.
  3. On Facebook: Head over to the E32012 Media Briefing
  4. On your mobile phone
  5. Spike TV will be showing the live briefing as well on their site.

If you happen to miss the briefing, there will be a replay available afterwards through the Xbox E3 site. Thanks to Major Nelson for the update on all of the places we’ll be streaming this event!

If you’re asking yourself, “Eric, what does this have to do with partner satisfaction and experience?” I always find it to be so much fun to see the exciting things shown at E3 and I know that many of you do too. Besides, you know what they say about all work and no play. Smile I hope you enjoy this year’s event!

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