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Hulu snags Daily Show, Colbert Report, and NOVA

by Brad Linder, posted Jun 10th 2008 10:33AM
Online video site Hulu has added some high profile programming to help tie you over during the summer rerun season. Thanks to a partnership with PBS, Hulu users will be able to watch shows like Nova, Carrier, Scientific American Frontiers, and Wired Science starting later this month.

Wait, that's not the really exciting part. I mean, sure, it's pretty cool for science geeks. But most of those shows are already available via the PBS web site, not to mention available for free over the air. But Hulu is also announcing another partnership today. The company has teamed up with Viacom to stream full length episodes of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.

As of today, there are a good 15 episodes of each Comedy Central program available as free, advertising-supported streams. For anyone keeping track, this means Hulu now has content from Fox, NBC Universal, MGM, Sony, Warner Brothers, PBS, and Viacom and a handful of other big name studios and independent content producers.

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The market favors a monloply. Maybe not a monopoly but one stop shopping is something eveyone can get behind, as proved by youtube before the purge.

Check out hotspot shield if you live outside the US.

June 10 2008 at 10:57 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Check out hotspot shield if you live outside the US.

Really!?! That's awesome!!

Want Hulu in Canada now plz. =) Though we get The Daily Show/Colbert Report on The Comedy Network website, it would be nice to access all the other stuff too.

June 10 2008 at 11:17 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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