Hulu’s longtime chief exec Jason Kilar announced his resignation from the company he help build into a web TV powerhouse over five years ago.
Hulu’s “evil” plot to destroy the world and turn your brain to mushy mush is working — at least in part.
Hulu has announced a new deal that will keep current Viacom TV shows parked on the streaming video service and even add some new ones.
Possible changes would make the company a less attractive destination for online viewers and increase the importance of subscription-based Hulu Plus to the company.
Despite a highly publicized 2011 quest for a buyer, Hulu operations are so peachy keen that the company will spend almost half a billion dollars on new content in 2012, CEO Jason Kilar would have you know.
Despite an impending sale from its owners who no longer want it, Hulu continues to grow in popularity and revenues.
Video-streaming site Hulu is very close to reaching a million paid subscribers, according to the company’s second quarter progress report published today.
The LA Times is reporting that Yahoo is the undisclosed potential buyer that made an offer to purchase popular video streaming company Hulu Tuesday.