If you want to do something, then you might as well do it right – which is why Hulu has its sights set on the globe right from the get go. This thought has been followed up with action as Hulu recently announced that they will be rolling out their service in Japan later this year, making it the first international expansion. This will also mark the first time entertainment fans in the Land of the Rising Sun are able to enjoy a large selection of premium feature films and popular TV shows on demand – on up to four displays, the PC, HDTVs, smartphones, and tablets), all for a single price each month.
This is just a sneak “preview” so to speak, as additional details on the service will be divulged in due time. Hulu recognizes that Japanese audiences are passionate about premium video content, which is why Hulu wants to penetrate the market in that part of the world. Do you think that Hulu will be a huge success over there? More ways to keep yourself entertained globally, no?
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