Time Warner might stop Hulu from next-day streaming

The Wall Street Journal reports that cable company Time Warner is looking to buy 25% of streaming service Hulu in order to stop its next-day availability of popular television shows.

If successful, that means shows would face a delay before becoming available for streaming, a move that Time Warner hopes will move viewers back to traditional cable.

Australians can currently access Hulu via geoblock bypassers such as UnoTelly.

We’ll keep you informed as this progresses.

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