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November 5, 2010

Hulu Plus available for all

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by Janet Harris

Online video-on-demand service Hulu has announced that ‘Hulu Plus’ is now out of closed beta, which means that you no longer need an invitation to try it out.

The service is available to anyone who is willing to pay $10 a month

Hulu Plus, which was launched earlier this year, offers whole series shortly after they air, including HD programmes, on a range of devices including the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.

It can also be viewed on some Samsung HDTVs and Blu-ray players, 2010-vintage Sony Bravia HDTVs and Sony PlayStation 3 game consoles, with the service coming to other device soon.

Hulu Plus also provides access to a larger library of TV content than the standard Hulu service.

Satellite TV provider Dish Network has spoken out against Hulu, saying it is destroying the TV industry by making new content available free of charge just one day after it is aired.

Bruce Eisen, VP of Online Content Development and Strategy at Dish has called for shows to be made available only after 30 days.

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