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Hulu Plus subscribers that pay $7.99 per month will be able to watch "hundreds" of Miramax movies on TV, tablet, computer, and mobile devices without commercial interruption. Those not part of the paid service will have access to a selection of 15 Miramax movies each month, but will have to sit through commercials.
“Making our films available via premium digital distribution channels is extremely important to Miramax,” said Mike Lang, CEO of Miramax. “Hulu has established its presence in the market as a leader in innovation and in delivering value for consumers and content owners. As one of the early promoters of Hulu and its CEO Jason Kilar, I couldn’t be more excited than to be in business with them today, and we’re thrilled about the prospect of enhancing both our brands by making our films accessible to Hulu’s fast-growing audience.”
Click the Read link to visit the Movies section of Hulu for more information.
Source: Miramax/Hulu Press Release
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