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Hulu and AT&T announced an expanded deal to distribute the streaming service to AT&T customers. Subs can use an AT&T app for mobile or an AT&T website, and the two companies are “exploring the possibility of bringing a Hulu app to TV,” the release below states. The offering will be available later this year. The agreement also includes AT&T’s other OTT initiatives including video services company Otter Media. This deal is on the heels of Hulu’s partnerships with MVPDs Cablevision, Mediacom and WOW!, as well as content deals with AMCN and Turner. This also represents AT&T’s increased interest in the OTT space–something which competitors like Verizon are clearly interested in.

DALLAS, May 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — AT&T ® and Hulu have signed a deal that will bring the popular…

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Globecast Supporting Playout of Hallmark Nets

Globecast has signed a five-year deal with Crown Media Family Networks to provide primary cloud playout services for its networks.

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