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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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Later last month it also added the online video service Hulu.
Hulu has not determined whether it will make the full series available exclusively to Hulu Plus subscribers, or whether some episodes will be free on Hulu.
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The campaign plans to promote the video to visitors on Hulu.
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Hollywood is having a hell of a time selling its television shows internationally when international viewers are flocking to US-based websites like Hulu.
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A US senator said in May 2010 that Comcast should be ordered by regulators to shed its 32% stake in online video provider Hulu.
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