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I directed a short series for Hulu called ‘Paloma,’ and being in an editing room, I learned a lot about acting. It gave me a new bolt of energy in terms of my interest in filmmaking because it made me realize how collaborative filmmaking can be and also that you’re not just limited to one job.
When we launched Hulu, everybody was saying, ‘Oh, this is going to be a substitute for pay TV in the living room.’
I don’t watch ‘Game of Thrones.’ I don’t watch TV. I don’t watch Hulu.
‘Parks and Rec’ is definitely a mainstream show – the group that watches it on TV on Thursday night is small, but the audience that watches it on things like Hulu, Netflix, and Tivo is enormous.
Streaming TV shows, movies, and other types of video over the Internet to all manner of devices, once a fringe habit, is now a squarely mainstream practice. Even people still paying for cable or satellite service often also have Netflix or Hulu accounts.
I just got an iPhone, which is cool, but I don’t download movies, I don’t watch Hulu, I don’t have Netflix. I don’t do any of that. But I do geek out to music.
I acknowledge that Hulu’s easy accessibility probably keeps some people from pirating. But a respected industry analyst says less than 5% of TV content is being stolen today.
I don’t have a television. All I have is Netflix and Apple TV and Hulu.
Now we live in this DVD, iTunes, Hulu age, and show creators and networks are realizing that and letting shows develop on those terms rather than ‘We gotta just punch it week to week, man.’ Now they’re like, ‘What will happen if someone watches the entire show?’
The literary world has to compete with YouTube, Instagram, PlayStation, Xbox, Hulu.
I watch old ‘Truth or Consequences’ on Hulu. ‘Concentration.’ And ‘The Match Game’ with Gene Rayburn.
Hulu is about the shows, not the networks. The shows are the brands that users care about.
Society would be a lot better if people watched Hulu’s original programming and not just ‘Mozart in the Jungle,’ which everyone is watching, apparently.
We firmly believe the future of television is online, and Hulu has recognized the value of quality long-form series.
When we blaze trails, which is what Hulu is about, it takes time. That is not for the faint of heart, and we understand that.
We saw Hulu as an opportunity to broaden our audience for ABC content.
The futures of Crackle and Hulu and so forth become more and more important as we connect to more and more devices. We need our content to make our services as attractive as Apple’s or Amazon’s or Microsoft’s. We’re in a brave new world of fierce competition.
Network’s rating dependent. A show might not stick. A lot’s timing. Like, my Bradley Cooper in ‘Kitchen Confidential’ didn’t always work. Cable supports young shows. TV Land, which you can find on Hulu, Amazon, iTunes, wanted ‘Younger.’ They came to me.
Hulu understood how much content costs. By remaining defensive, YouTube is losing various aspects of video – long-form, for example – to other companies.
Imagine you’re watching ’30 Rock’ and an ad comes on, but you don’t like it. With Hulu Ad Swap, you can actually click the button and trade out the ad. So for the first time ever, a consumer is in control of their ad experience. For us, it’s a big win because users are able to take control of what they see.
I definitely applaud Netflix and all of those guys, whether it’s Hulu or whoever, for doing original programming.
Netflix and Hulu are just extensions of television that live on the Web.
We are fortunate to have collectively built a culture that matters, a brand that matters, a business that matters. It is impossible to state in words how much this team means to me, how much Hulu means to me.
Some estimate Hulu IPO could bring in $2 billion. What will the content providers get? Zero. What is Hulu without content? An empty jukebox.
Every digital video player – RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, Vevo, Hulu, YouTube – all of them had different ways of getting you the video, but it was still always the same series of rectangles. The format never changed.
The future of how the networks and studios deal with Netflix and Hulu and Amazon Prime Instant Video is certainly going to determine their future.
Television is really fertile ground, and it’s because of platforms like Netflix and Hulu and, of course, the cable channels like HBO and Showtime.