Not only is 30 Seconds To Mars going to be pre-loaded onto the Microsoft Zune video/music player, the band UK band Hot Chip is as well. EMI, which is based in London, made a deal to provide Microsoft with music videos to place onto the Zune when it's released.
We're not sure what other bands and videos are going to be there, and we don't know if the two companies made any deals past just music videos on the launch. As far as we know, there's still no official video store available at launch time.
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