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 TV stations to its line up offering access to more than 50 channels for $39.99 per month. They also include 50 hours of DVR storage.
Those channels will include ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and local affiliates, along with ESPN, CNN, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, FX, USA Network and many more.
Hulu just announced the addition of HBO and Cinemax bringing its pay tv offerings to three with incumbent Showtime
Hulu also announced that it’s signed a deal with Scripps Networks Interactive to bring their channels — including HGTV, Travel Channel and Food Network — into the on-demand and live TV service.
This is just the beginning of bringing on millions of new subscribers. Check out the jobs to choose from and see where you would like to work at Hulu below: