Silverlight streaming service replaced with Windows Azure service

In a surprise move, a Windows Live beta service “Silverlight Streaming” for hosting Silverlight audio and video content, is being discontinued to make way for a new Windows Azure-based service. You can access, retrieve and if desired remove your content that’s currently hosted on Silverlight Streaming by following instructions. Key dates and information about availability of new Windows Azure […]

In a surprise move, a Windows Live beta service “Silverlight Streaming” for hosting Silverlight audio and video content, is being discontinued to make way for a new Windows Azure-based service. You can access, retrieve and if desired remove your content that’s currently hosted on Silverlight Streaming by following instructions. Key dates and information about availability of new Windows Azure functionality, and when existing Silverlight Streaming beta service’ll be taken down, will be communicated in coming weeks.