Media streaming service, Hulu - which is owned by NBC Universal, News Corp and Providence Equity Partners - caused much upset recently when PS3 owners in the USA found their feeds cut. It's now done the same to mobile phone users.
oh well, your missing a delicious rotting brain here
people should just use http://tv.blinkx.com/ on their ps3
I agree that there is plenty of alternatives out there, I switched to www.fancast.com personally
There are a number of other sites you could go to.
can anybody tell me the one rule to a flat stomach?
Photoshop......or an eightball a day keeps the pounds away.
That might be the funniest thing I've read on here. I just can't believe that ad was up for me, too.
good job stoney. bubbles.
fortunately i can still access hulu through playon software on my ps3 and my 360. no worries here. i also get adultswim, animeshippuuden, bbciplayer, crackle, ABC, CNBC, CNET, CNN,College Humor, Comedy Central, Discovery, E! Online, G4TV, HBO etc...
I blame Nintendo
Shame on u!I was enjoying ur website,but my damn PS3 won't let me see anything!Oh son of a B!
so it's content providers who are requesting that these devices be blocked... must be MSNBC.
its also about partnerships.. cable companies have enough issues dealing with fios and dish network.. free television would/is seriously hurting the cable companies.
I mean, why limit your product by making it available to only PC users?
as they don't allow me to watch anything from ny country anyway! (Norway). What's the deal with that anyway?? :-/
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