AT&T Will Soon Offer Hulu To Its Consumers
AT&T has announced a new partnership with Hulu streaming service, which comes with a massive library of content from networks like ABC, NBC, Fox, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, FX, Nickelodeon and MTV. The service will hit AT&T later this year.
AT&T will have a dedicated website through which users will be able to stream short form content in addition to clips from Hulu. Under the deal, the content will also be available to stream on AT&T built mobile apps.
A representative from the company shed some light on the new partnership by saying:
Through the AT&T apps and websites, AT&T video customers will be able to see clips and select short form content (similar to the free content we have on Hulu.com today). They will be able to search and browse through the entire Hulu content in the app. If they’d like to view subscription content they’ll be linked out to Hulu (either the app or website) to view it. From there, new subscribers will be able to subscribe to Hulu and existing subscribers will sign in
Users will be able to stream popular shows like Seinfeld, Empire, South Park, CSI, Nashville and many more. If you aren’t a current subscriber of Hulu, you can subscribe for just $8 a month with in-video advertising.
Hulu is available on Android, iOS, Kindle Fire, PC and other platforms. The company is working with AT&T to develop a new Hulu app for smart TVs as well.
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