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Are You Farmed and Dangerous?

February 21, 2014 by Meghan Hunt

Farmed and Dangerous.

The online series, exclusive to the streaming service Hulu, "hopes to promote the company's concerns about sustainable agriculture and the humane treatment of animals used for meat." Unlike other television and movie product placements, Chipotle never shows up in the series - no logo, no characters eating Chipotle burritos.[read more]

A Mid-Year Assessment of Social Networks in 2011

July 1, 2011 by Dan Nelms

We're halfway through 2011, and a lot has happened in social media. As over 1,000 Social networks fight and innovate to grab their piece of the social networking space, the first six months of the year have included new features, redesigns, acquisitions, and IPOs... But who have been the biggest winners and losers of 2011?[read more]


How Netflix, Pandora, and Facebook are Destroying Your Business

June 3, 2011 by Tommy Walker

It couldn't possibly be so, could it? Forget what you think you know. These businesses have dramatically altered the flow of time and space. Leaving us standing at the edge of a paradigm nobody fully comprehends.[read more]

Hulu bientôt en Europe et l'offre VOD de Cdiscount

May 24, 2009 by Cedric DENIAUD

Je vous ai déjà parlé de ce service vidéo, Hulu, qui cartonne outre-Atlantique. Oui, un véritable succès en quelques années sur un business model relativement différent de Youtube et autre Vimeo, qui permet à Hulu de grimper rapidement dans la hiérarchie des sites de contenus vid...[read more]

How Can You Briefly Define the Difference Between YouTube and Hulu?

January 20, 2009 by Bill Ives

While I understand that technically speaking YouTube shows mostly short-form amateur videos and Hulu and other similar sites show long-form professional videos — mostly TV shows and movies, I am trying to determine how to briefly convey this distinction. At TVissimo, the television and online video search engine I am involved with...[read more]

Hulu doesn't suck: Is that success?

October 29, 2008 by Mathew Ingram

Lots of talk about Hulu, the video portal from NBC and News Corp. that is celebrating its first birthday. Brian Stelter has a great piece in the New York Times about the site, and how it has succeeded in part by not plastering everything with ads (a lesson I sincerely hope others take to heart as well). I have to admit that like Mike...[read more]

It's Hulu vs. Brightcove, not YouTube

October 29, 2007 by Mathew Ingram

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...[read more]