We've discussed in the past how Hulu's owners -- the major Hollywood/TV studios -- absolutely hate that Hulu is actually useful and convincing people to watch TV online. Because of that, they've been trying to destroy Hulu. Hulu's management -- which mostly seems to understand the internet -- tried to get out from under this potentially paralyzing ownership structure, but the studios (stupidly) telegraphed the message that they would block Hulu from getting their content, meaning that no one wanted to pay the ridiculous asking price.
Trying to protect the revenue they collect from cable operators, the Hollywood studios that own Hulu have stopped the online TV and movie outlet from working with "over-the-top" companies such as Boxee that bring video from the Web ... Read Post
The free Hulu website improved its layout, making it easier to search for shows you want, and discover shows and clips that are similar to the shows you watch. The Hulu website does not require the Hulu Plus subscription, yet a majo... Read Post