Oh no!!! Could this be???
Sounds like there could be some BIG changes coming to Hulu…and we’re not so sure we like it!
In the near future, the online streaming website will be asking users to authenticate themselves by proving that they already subscribe to cable at home, by using their account number!
Isn’t the whole point of Hulu to cut through all that other mess and the hundreds of channels you DON’T watch, yet still end up paying for through your cable provider?!
More than ever, people are choosing to
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Let's hope they do it right this time!
Back in October, we first heard about Netflix's plans to expand and offer services in Ireland and the U.K.
Now, the company has officially launched their service overseas! Here are some highlights from the press release:
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Cool concept, but the reality doesn't seem like it's so great.
Back in July, startup discount company MoviePass Inc. tested out a new monthly-based subscription, which would offer people unlimited movie tickets for $50/month.
The program didn't work out as planned, so it was temporarily scrapped, but now MoviePass is looking to test out a new system next month, in which they'll partner up with Hollywood Movie Money.
No word yet on exactly
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