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Why a Job at Hulu is Better than Netflix

Hulu is where you want to work heres why

Here is why a job at Hulu could be better than working at Netflix. Hulu is bringing on big brand names and existing audiences to grow their subscriber base.  They just introduced live tv stations and the top pay tv services. While Hulu’s 32 million subscribers put them in a distant third to Netflix”s over 100 million subscribers and  Amazon’s estimated 85 million keep in mind that Hulu is owned by the 3 of the largest media companies in the world; The Walt Disney Company, 21st Century Fox, Comcast, and Time Warner. Hulu is building brand names which will bring over millions of existing customers as opposed to Netflix which is spending billions on original shows and betting big that they will work. For example 62% of Hulu subscribers watch Game of Thrones.  Now they can get their HBO through Hulu instead of their cable operator. If you’re considering working at Hulu they have over 100 jobs available nationally right now including jobs in marketing, analysis, finance and technology. Revenue in 2016 was over $2 billion dollars, up 33% from 2015 and is expected to rise by another 20% in 2017 to $2.4 billion dollars. In May Hulu added live…

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Which Video Streaming Providers will Survive in the Next 5 Years?

Which OTT Providers will Survive in the Next 5 Years?

There are many more OTT providers than you realize.  One service offers to provide you with 600 channels. A Mashable article promises 33 Ways to Watch Free TV Online and of course there are the usual suspects; Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, CBS, Crackle and the list goes on and on. By the way the industry term for Video Streaming is OTT for over the top. But Which Video Streaming Providers will Survive and Why? In Secret Formula to Win the OTT Race Keith Zubchevich talks about the importance of quality over quantity.   But how do you measure quality? In our data crazed world most surely the algorithm masters will find a way. Some would say that quality programming only comes from experienced directors and producers.  Some of the most successful shows like House of Cards and Homeland are created, written and produced by seasoned professionals. It’s difficult to guarantee the creation of lots of successful shows.  OTT providers will employ different strategies to accomplish this objective.  Perhaps some OTT providers may opt to buy cable networks and/or a cable company.  Perhaps Amazon will buy Comcast. Are YouTube Stars Professional? Would you consider Michelle Phan, one of the longest sustaining YouTube stars…

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The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The rumor mill has been in overdrive regarding Hulu CEO Jason Kilar’s future since the end of summer, but now the suspicions can be put to bed after he announced his departure from Hulu. This may mean that new opportunities open up for those looking for media jobs. Kilar, who has held posts at NBC Universal and was previously SVP of Worldwide Application Software at Amazon.com Inc where he was responsible for Amazon’s Marketplace, will take his leave of the company he has helped grow from an industry joke (Hulu was, at one time, referred to by many as ClownCo), to a business that can holds its own against the giants of movie and TV streaming, Netflix and Amazon. Hulu raked in nearly $700 million in revenue last year and Kilar, who has confirmed he will leave the company in Q1 of 2013, will miss out on the launch of the Hulu Plus App. Hulu – A Complicated Mix Although speculation surrounding Kilar’s life-expectancy at Hulu was rife back in August, many believe the process actually started in the Fall, when Providence Equity’s stake was bought out by Hulu’s other owners Comcast, News Corp and Disney. The transaction allowed Kilar…

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Online Video Ads – Growing and Growing Until TV Advertising’s Gone?

Online Video Advertising

TV advertising’s little brother, the online video ad is growing up fast and looks set to take on its bigger, older sibling in a war that looks set to change the way advertisers talk to consumers forever. The online video ad market is currently worth a tidy $8.4 billion, and while experts predicted a bumper year for the TV ad market in 2012, the reality has proved to be very different – although it is still worth $70 billion. A lackluster performance of just 2% growth in 2012 has left the market in a vulnerable position and wide open to attack from its more vigorous and responsive online equivalent. With over 4.6 billion online video ad minutes watched by 180 million users in the US alone, the top five networks including Google, San Francisco-based BrightRoll, Hulu, Adap.tv and TubeMogul streamed around 1billion ads each in June 2012. These impressive figures come on the back of a recent announcement by the New York Times that TV viewing by young adults is at an all-time low. Those seeking jobs in digital or social media would be wise to bear these figures and these companies in mind when planning their next career move.  …

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