All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Hulu’

Hulu Plus Now Available On More Devices

Starting today, you can access Hulu Plus on three more devices, which brings the total number of devices that offer Hulu’s streaming content to just over two dozen. From the Hulu blog: I’m pleased to announce that Hulu Plus is available on select Toshiba 2012 Blu-ray players, Sharp 2012 TVs and Best Buy’s Dynex Blu-ray players. Earlier this year, we …

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Amazon to Create Original Series?

New Amazon VP’s LinkedIn profile changed from VP of original series at Amazon to VP of Production leading reporters to believe that Amazon will be joining Hulu, Netflix, and YouTube in creating original shows. Lewis is a new executive to the company and he changed his working title as soon as Fortune Magazine began requesting comments about plans to generate …

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Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL, Hulu & Digitas Partner On “Digital Content NewsFronts”

Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL, Hulu and Digitas are partnering on “Digital Content NewFronts“. During a two-week period from April 19th to May 2nd, each partner will host an independent event in NYC to connect brands with content. The events are invitation-only. “We’re really looking forward to meeting with our clients in May, to talk about brand building opportunities across Google …

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Comcast Launches New ‘Mini-Hulu’

On Tuesday, Comcast launched Xfinity Streampix, a new streaming video subscription service . Steampix features movies and full seasons of TV shows, and comes bundled with certain TV/internet and TV/internet/voice packages, or can be added for $5/month for current Comcast TV customers. Comcast’s licensing partners at launch include ABC/Disney, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and Cookie Jar, with some …

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Rumor: Nintendo Looking To Add Video Content For Wii U

It’s no secret that Microsoft and Sony have both been immensely successful with their game consoles that also act as entertainment hubs that include features like Netflix and Hulu. It seems that Nintendo wants to get in on the game. According to unnamed sources speaking to Ad Week, it appears that Nintendo is in preliminary talks with content producers to …

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Sony Google TV Root Makes Your Smart TV Smarter

Do you know what happens when you start to incorporate more sophisticated technologies into TVs? People start to hack them to enable more functionality than the manufacturer ever intended. The target today is the Sony Google TV with GTVHacker releasing what they call, “The GTVHacker Sony Recovery Downgrader & Rebooter.” You may be asking yourself, “What does this hack do?” …

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comScore January 2012 Online Video Rankings Yields No Surprises

The rankings for online video sites for January 2012 have been released by comScore and, what will come as a surprise to few (if any), Google remains the enormously well-fed king in the mead hall of online video traffic. Behind the driving popularity of YouTube, Google’s stats remained relatively the same from December although the number of actual videos watched …

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Hulu Plus On Wii Now A Reality

Today, Wii owners are getting another option when it comes to streaming content. Hulu has announced that its paid subscription service, Hulu Plus, is now available through the Nintendo Wii. “We want to be everywhere, on every screen where people want to watch their favorite shows and discover new ones on their own schedule. Wii is not only one of …

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Porcupine Picks Super Bowl Winner, Becomes Viral Hit

Meet Teddy Bear. He’s a porcupine that’s destined for viral-stardom, especially if his Super Bowl winner pick turns out to be correct. Actually, Teddy was something of a hit before he got into the sports prognostication business, but thanks to his Super Bowl pick, Teddy is appearing on The Today Show and showing up in various blogs and web publications …

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Watch Downton Abbey, Other PBS Programming On Hulu

Hulu has just announced a slew of PBS programming that will now be available on Hulu Plus. The first round of new content includes 200+ episodes, and Hulu says that there is much more on the way. This week, we added approximately two hundred PBS episodes to Hulu Plus, including dozens of episodes from Ken Burns library, the first season …

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Relive Super Bowl Commercial History With Hulu’s AdZone

Hulu hopes to make some people’s favorite part of the Super Bowl, the ads, more accesible. Today, they announced the launch of AdZone, where they’ve collected many of the best and most iconic ads of all time for your viewing pleasure. As the 2012 Super Bowl ads roll in during the big game on February 5th, they will become available …

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December Online Video Rankings: Google Sites Reign Supreme

comScore has just released their December 2011 U.S. Online Video Rankings, and it comes as no surprise that Google sites, led primarily by YouTube, took the crown. U.S. internet denizens watched a lot of online video in December – 23.2 hours per viewer. Throughout the entire month, a total of 182 million users watched a whopping 43.5 billion videos. As …

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