All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Hulu’

comScore Puts Hulu In

Routines can be nice and comfortable, or, depending on the person, mind-numbingly dull.  The latest comScore report on the top U.S. online video properties has something for everybody; although most of its lists are the same as last time, a couple of important changes occurred.

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Traffic-Wise, Hulu Still Has Long Ways To Go

Good shows, good picture quality, a price of "free" – it seems as if there’s little not to like about Hulu.  The video-sharing site has yet to truly catch on, however, as fresh traffic data puts it far, far below the industry’s leader.

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Hulu Scores Colbert, Stewart Shows

Video site Hulu, jointly owned by NBC Universal and News Corp., will begin offering full episodes of Viacom’s Comedy Central programs "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" as part of a test.

The test to offer the satirical political shows could lead to Viacom putting other popular programs on Hulu, a move that is a change in strategy for Viacom which previously was focused on offering content on its own sites.

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Surprise! Hulu Has Huge Audience, New Partners

The development may not be big in a YouTube sense, but News Corp and NBC Universal are bound to be pleased.  Hulu, their online video site, has sealed deals with,,,,,, and

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NBC Back On YouTube

Back in October, NBC took its popular, officially-sanctioned clips off YouTube in favor of their coming Hulu. I (and many others) derided the decision:

[I]s it really wise to pull your content from the most popular video site online to put it on your own untested, unproven and apparently behind-schedule video site? On the Internet, you have to go where the people are—it’s not an ‘if you build it, they will come’ world anymore.

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Hulu Set To Launch Publicly

Hulu the online joint video venture between News Corp and NBC Universal will make its public debut on Wednesday.

The video site will feature free, ad-supported full length TV episodes along with movies from NBC, Fox and more than 50 media companies including Sony Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Some of the TV offerings on Hulu include "The Simpsons", "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and 100 films including "The Big Lebowski" and "Mulholand Drive."

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NBC Direct Launches Free TV Show Downloads

It’s been a big fortnight for NBC—first Hulu launched, now NBC Direct launches. Announced in September, NBC Direct is a service designed to allow viewers to download NBC shows for free.

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MSN TV Streaming Hulu Content

The NBC/Fox cooperative site Hulu may be in private beta, but MSN TV is promising some Hulu content in advance of launch.

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So Hulu, the joint venture between NBC and News Corp. that some thought would be a YouTube competitor, has sort of launched — or at least it has given some of the chosen few in Silicon Valley a look at the service. As far as I can tell from most descriptions of it, it sounds like a video-distribution network that will compete more with Brightcove and other similar video services than it will with YouTube.

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Hulu Starts Video Hullabaloo

The anti-YouTube video site supported by News Corp and NBC Universal clicked its private beta with online TV programs featuring “Heroes” and “The Simpsons” in Hulu’s lineup.

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NBC Ditches YouTube

NBC has pulled its YouTube promotional channel, along with its content, to support the network’s joint venture with News Corp., a video site called Hulu.

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Hulu Being Sued By Lulu

Lulu Enterprises, an online self-publishing company has filed suit against News Corp/NB C Universal’s joint venture Hulu for trademark infringement, unfair and deceptive trade practices and for federal cyberpiracy.

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Hulu Already Living Up To Its Name

Only one week has passed since NBC / News Corp announced the name of their online video project – Hulu.
And it was TechCrunch that made us all laugh when they ironically translated Hulu into Swahili – meaning, among other things, “cease” and “desist”.

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NBC To Drop iTunes

NBC Universal is ending its agreement with Apple to sell digital downloads of it’s television shows on iTunes.

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News Corp., NBC Name Their Web Baby

Am I getting old or are things just getting dumber? Don’t answer that. I won’t want to know either way. News Corp. and NBC Universal announced the name of their jointly ventured online video site: Hulu.

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