A huge development today in the world of online video. Online television site Hulu.com, second in the online video market to only Google, will begin charging subscribers $9.95 a month for the new Hulu Plus service.
According to an article from the Los Angeles Times, the site would still let users watch the five latest episodes of their favorite TV shows such as “Glee,” “LOST,” and “Saturday Night Live” for free, but only Hulu Plus subscribers who fork over the $9.95-a-month fee will have access to a “more comprehensive selection.”
Hulu, which is owned by News Corp., NBC Universal and the Walt Disney Co., generates $100 million in revenue annually, but that’s still low for a major endeavor such as Hulu.
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