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Hulu

An Internet-based video-on-demand service founded in 2007 by major broadcast networks NBCUniversal, Fox Entertainment and Disney-ABC. Hulu offers a free service with a limited amount of movies and TV programs in standard definition (SD) for viewing on personal computers only. For a monthly fee, users can select HD movies and a wide array of content on their computers, TVs and mobile devices. Hulu streaming is built into various TVs and set-top boxes. For more information, visit www.hulu.com. See Netflix and VUDU.
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The new CBS episodes will begin to appear on Hulu Plus in the coming weeks, with a selection of CBS library shows rotating through the free Hulu.
The talk icon currently hosts "Larry King Now" on Hulu.
The campaign plans to promote the video to visitors on Hulu.
Instead of paying for cable TV, he spends $8 a month to get movies streamed to his computer via Netflix, and he watches free TV shows and movies online via Hulu.
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The emergence of IP video solutions and services over traditional telco and cable networks and over the Internet through services such Netflix, Hulu.
A first glimpse of this new world he hinted at can be viewed in Warner's growing online effort, he said, noting that distribution deals with Fox and NBC Universal's Hulu.
A selection of CBS library shows will also rotate through the free Hulu.