Why Use Hulu Plus When You've Got Netflix?

Dick Ward writes: "It’s still technically a rumor, but at this point I’m willing to call it a sure thing. An optional Hulu subscription service, dubbed Hulu Plus, is on the way. According to the ‘L.A. Times’, Hulu’s going to be asking for $9.95 a month for access to a back catalog of episodes. But based on the information at hand, there’s no reason you’d actually want to use it."

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snoop_dizzle4397d ago

The biggest thing that would make me want to pay for Hulu is a lot of HD content. If they did that, then I would consider it.

Siesser4397d ago (Edited 4397d ago )

I think at this point, Netflix is just more integrated into devices other than a PC, making it a more suitable avenue for "non-techies." I can use "view it now" from my PC, tivo, and ps3, and nearly every new dvr or media player has the ability as well, giving them saturation. And Netflix isn't too much more than what Hulu's planning to charge, with the added bonus of getting physical discs and having access to non-network tv as well. Don't see how Hulu's planning on winning out here, but I guess they're doing fine already and know how to run their business much better than I.