Monday, February 08, 2016

Why TV Companies May Soon Cut Back On Streaming Access To New Shows

The changes are especially noticeable at Hulu, which is owned by parents of the very television networks — Fox, ABC and NBC — threatened by changes in the way we watch TV. Hulu has set itself apart by offering new TV episodes faster than its rivals; making viewers wait longer could limit its appeal.

"Hulu's DNA has been recent episodes of TV shows," said Glenn Hower, an analyst at the research firm Parks Associates.

From the article "Why TV Companies May Soon Cut Back On Streaming Access To New Shows" by Anick Jesdanun.

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