Variety is reporting that a number of changes are coming to Hulu as part of a shakeup that could see CEO Jason Kilar leave the company. Hulu is owned by NBCUniversal, Fox, Disney, and Provident Equity, and according to a confidential memo detailed on the site, its owners are looking to take back control of their content. The memo details a number of changes that may be coming Hulu. First, the site will no longer have exclusivity for current-season content, which is presently restricted to Hulu and the content owner’s websites. Read the full story at The Verge.
Big shakeup coming to Hulu according to ‘confidential memo’
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