More and more, people are tuning their televisions to the Internet, with a new study showing that streamed content is on a steady rise in the U.S.
If your mother is still upset about the 2011 cancellation of her favorite ABC soaps, here's some good news: In a few months, they'll start back up on iTunes and Hulu.
After increasing its revenue by an impressive 65 percent in 2012, Hulu is looking towards its parent companies for more money with which to repeat its growth in the new year.
Working to improve Hulu Plus on the Web and home theater hardware over the past year, the streaming video company is continuing to attract new subscribers.
Thousands of people across the country are giving the finger to cable providers and getting all of their media from the web. As an early adopter of web-based streaming technology, I’ve put together a few tips about how to do it yourself.
Ideal for cord cutters that subscribe to Hulu over Netflix, a collection of classic CBS shows will be headed to Hulu Plus at the start of the year.
Felix Baumgartner’s record-breaking skydive from the edge of space proves that the future of television – even live television – indisputably lies online.
Potentially ideal for parents looking for another way to entertain their kids, a barrage of Nickelodeon shows are headed to Hulu.
Hulu has given its website a makeover, creating a more visually appealing experience while improving navigation of the site.
Web broadcasters like Netflix make a fine home for shows we already know and love, but do they have what it takes to keep the ball rolling?
Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu+ and seven other streaming services top the charts as "must-have" apps for Internet-connected TV owners.
Hulu has made a few updates to their player, including the option to rewind the video by 10 seconds, and the introduction of a more robust video recommendation feature, and streamlined navigation features.
The Department of Justice has reportedly launched an investigation into whether cable companies have unfairly hampered competition from video streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.
Amazon Studios is getting into original video content, promising to option one project a month from comedy and children's programming ideas pitched by... well, anyone.
A recent report in the NY Post speculates network streaming giant Hulu may require users be paying cable-customers before allowing them to stream content for free.