Ad-supported streaming television shows and movies, including some in high definition. [Description from dmoz]
When the rich and famous name their offspring, anything is possible. NBC and FOX had a digital baby. And they called it Hulu. Initially formed as a joint venture between NBC Universal (a unit of GE) and News Corp. (the parent of FOX), Hulu.com is a site that features video from more than 100 content providers. Offerings include TV shows from FOX and NBC, as well as from subsidiary cable channels such as Bravo and the Syfy. Hulu also shows films from studios including Sony and MGM. Content -- all total, some 900 TV series and movies-- is streamed on demand, free of charge the day after its broadcast debut. Hulu.com was launched in 2008; the following year Disney announced plans to become a shareholder. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 3.9 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor shops at mywebgrocer.com, sends messages from birthdayalarm.com, and orders from American Greetings.
Index represents how a site's audience compares to the online internet population as a whole. An index of 100 indicates a site's audience is at parity with the total internet population.
The affinity numbers represent how likely a given visitor is to visit one of the listed sites or categories compared to the internet average. For example, an affinity number of 10.2 would say that a user on "X" website is 10.2 times more likely than the average internet visitor to visit the other site or category that is provided.
This website is Quantified, and the data displayed here is directly measured by Quantcast.
Addicts are the hardcore segment of a site's audience, who have 30 or more visits to that site in a month.
Regulars refers to a segment of a site's audience that frequent a site more than once per month but not as much as addicts who frequent a site 30 or more times per month.
Passers-by have a single visit over the course of a month.