Hulu revenue up to $695M; 3 million subscribers

Dec 17, 2012

(AP)—Online video service Hulu says revenue this year will grow about 65 percent to $695 million.

Hulu says it has more than doubled the number of subscribers who pay $8 a month for Hulu Plus. The figure now exceeds 3 million. Hulu Plus gives users a broader selection of back episodes and access over mobile devices, and Internet-connected TVs. Both free and paid versions of Hulu come with ads.

In a blog post, Hulu CEO Jason Kilar said Monday that the service has spent $500 million on content this year, boosting the number of titles it offers by 40 percent. Hulu also debuted its first scripted original series, "Battleground," this year.

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More information: Hulu blog post: blog.hulu.com/2012/12/17/a-big-2012

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