CBS supplies Hulu?
CBS, the current No.1 U.S. network, is in talks to bring its TV shows to Hulu, reveals Chief Executive Les Moonves.
He said there were talks with Hulu Plus, a paid for subscription service which the online video company launched in June charging users $9. CBS is the only major broadcaster whose shows are not available on Hulu. "Our goal is to get paid for our content in as many different ways as we can without hurting the mother ship. The key here is flexibility" said Moonves.
Meanwhile CBS said it signed a 10-year programming deal with Comcast, which includes a range of on-demand and Web video features.