In addition to all three seasons of the show, MSN unveils a new video player designed to enhance the experience of long-form video.
MSN announced that beginning today episodes of the Emmy award-winning comedy “Arrested Development” will be streamed on demand on MSN® Video and at no cost to viewers. The first five episodes are available today at http://arresteddevelopment.msn.com and, starting Dec. 15, three new episodes will be added every three weeks. All 53 episodes from the three seasons of the show will be rolled out within the next year.
The “Arrested Development” episodes will be running with a new MSN Video player designed to create a better viewing experience of long-form video. The new playback experience will set the standard for future long-form content available on MSN Video, and will include added functionality. The player provides viewers with many options to return to an episode they were watching if there is an interruption by automatically finding the last position in the episode before the interruption, and also at any time allowing the user to jump back 15 seconds. In addition, viewers have the ability to send a link of their favorite moment within an episode to their friends. The player can also present the show in a larger “sit-back” view with great quality and will still allow viewers to see their task bar to keep an eye on e-mail and instant messages.
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