Between rescuing The Mindy Project, launching an ad-free tier and crafting a solid lineup of original series, Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins has steadily been transforming the streaming service since he arrived in 2013. But 2017 looks to be Hulu's biggest year yet.
Hulu's upcoming livestreaming TV bundle won't launch for another couple of months, but it has already landed a key network that DirecTV Now and its other competitors lack: CBS.
Media magnates came out in full force for the Adweek Executive Lab: YouTube and Facebook in the Media Mix, presented by Pixability. Art Basel kicked off in Miami with DuJour […]
Hulu has been working steadily over the past year to close the gap with Netflix, and now the company has unveiled a true game changer in its battle with other streaming services: a commercial-free option for subscribers.
Hulu has taken some gigantic swings in the past year, making a huge splash with original and acquired series as it tries to compete with Netflix and Amazon.
Hulu is doubling down on originals, if its new hire is anything to go by: the over-the-top service has snagged Warner Horizon TV executive Craig Erwich just as his contract with Warners expires.
Hulu has had a solid year: the multiple-broadcaster joint venture is on track to break $1 billion in revenue for its owners this year, thanks in large part to the strength of subscription revenue and deep ad partnerships across its series, some of which are greenlit on the c
As reported, Hulu has struck a deal to make former Fox Networks Group president of distribution Mike Hopkins its new CEO, effective immediately.