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AP video player to support Macs, Firefox

You may remember all the hubbub surrounding AP’s launch of its Online Video Network about six months ago. Powered by MSN Video, it failed to support Macs and Firefox, which sent the non-IE crowd into a frenzy. Now there’s word that MSN is working together with AP to launch a cross-platform player which is expected to launch next month. NOTE: The Flash player is in beta on a few sites. For an example, go to the Houston Chronicle site at chron.com.

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