"Hulu is owned by the networks. They don't pay for the network content. Plus all the new shows on Hulu can be seen for free and in HD with an antenna."
But the networks have to pay the studios who produced the shows in order to broadcast them, and ipso facto would have to pay in order to stream them on Hulu +.
For the life of me I can't figure out why everyone is still whining about Hulu and/or Hulu plus. If itts not for you, then don't get it. Hulu is providing a service by consolidating, formatting, and delivering content to your tv via the internet. They do not perform this service and incur the costs associated with it out of the goodness of their hearts. The reason any business is IN business is to make a profit, and Hulu rightfully so is no different. Either pay and enjoy, don't pay and shut up, or better yet go read an economics book, because apparently many need the insight on how it works.
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on Fri Nov 26, 2010 2:12 pm, edited 1 time in total.