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Hulu to Broadcast Crawford doc
Crawford finds a home with B-Side Entertainment and a premiere on Hulu.com
DAILY Screens  September 30, 2008, by Kimberley Jones
"...Looks like SXSW fave Crawford has found a home. B-Side Entertainment has acquired Austin filmmaker David Modigliani's doc and will premiere the film on Hulu.com, the ad-supported, frankly indispensable streaming site..."

Film Flam
Speed Travels, American Hipsters, Design Stars, and more
DAILY Screens  May 29, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...I replaced cable 9 months ago with the cobble-together – Netflix, Hulu Plus, renewed devotion to brick-and-mortars like I Luv Video – and that’s the direction a lot of TV viewers are going in. This week’s On the Media devoted a whole episode to the changing ways we consume TV, with a nod to Richard Linklater’s new foray into the fray...."

Shooting the Breeze with Speed Levitch
The star of Rick Linklater's 'Up to Speed' speaks
DAILY Screens  August 22, 2012, by Marc Savlov
"...Recently, Richard Linklater debuted his new Hulu web series Up to Speed, a hyper-informative tour of the country's great cities. With professional tour guide/eccentric/urban gadfly Timothy "Speed" Levitch as the host, this is probably the first example of "must see web TV" out there right now...."

TV Eye
Hulu, Sling, YouTube, the DVR – it's the age of the hybrid viewer
Screens Column  November 21, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...No worries – I found it online and watched it at www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/11/16/60minutes/main4607893.shtml. When I discovered that a football game interfered with my DVR recording of The Unit – yes, I watch The Unit – I flipped over to Hulu.com and got my testosterone fix..."

Wii Internet Browser Now Free
Nintendo finally realizes that no one pays for their surfing
DAILY Screens  September 2, 2009, by James Renovitch
"...What that means for you is that now you can use the Wii to watch YouTube clips. Hulu and most other video streaming is still useless..."

Film Flam
Speed hits Hulu, and reality TV swallows Austin whole
DAILY Screens  August 6, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...9. on Hulu, Up to Speed bops around the country to explore the lesser-seen side of a town's history and inhabitants..."

TV Eye
'TV Eye' looks back at the year on TV, from Tina Fey to the Iraqi shoe-thrower
Screens Column  December 26, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...The rise of Hulu.com and other streaming video sites. That also includes the likes of BlipTV, Blinkx, Bebo, Crackle, For Your Imagination, Sling, My Damn Channel, ON Networks, YouTube, Vuguru, Revision3, and Next New Networks..."

Niche Streaming Sites for the Holidays
Give the gift of worlds of entertainment just a click away
Screens Story  November 17, 2016, by Josh Kupecki, Richard Whittaker, Sean L. Malin, Spencer Beghtol and Ashley Moreno
"...While Netflix and Hulu may be reigning supreme as far as internet bandwidth goes, there is a wide array of niche streaming sites that cater to people who are perhaps looking for something outside the realm of Adam Sandler films and episodes of Chopped. The Chronicle Screens team has curated some offerings to take care of some people on your holiday list..."

TV Eye
Jack Bauer's back, and, boy, is TV Eye glad
Screens Column  November 28, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...How else will advertisers get their word in when DVR users like me fast-forward through their commercials? My snarky answer is: It's not my problem. It's the advertiser's job to engage, not annoy – which is why I adore the newest feature on Hulu.com..."

TV Eye
TV Eye turns off the TV and turns on the Internet
Screens Column  June 20, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...Turns out, I don't have to. Hulu.com recently began carrying the series..."

Dr. Horrible Update
Dr. Horrible's Sing Along blog to be carried on Hulu.com
DAILY Screens  July 29, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...The word just came down: Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog that wacky web musical penned by Joss Whedon and reviewed on these fine web pages, will be carried by Hulu for your viewing pleasure..."

She Turned Her Camera On
Spoon shows up on TV ... again
DAILY Music  May 9, 2008, by Darcie Stevens
"...We can think of no band that deserves it more. Until that day comes, enjoy the newest and brightest music video below. By the way, the entire episode is viewable at www.hulu.com...."

What’cha Watchin’?
Real life is hardcore enough. Music Editor Raoul Hernandez finds sweet escapism in streaming kinder, gentler TV.
Screens Column  October 26, 2017
"...Mind you, as soon as Amazon Prime posts season 4 of The Americans, we're there. And when the third season of Fargo drops on Hulu, bring on Ewan McGregor!..."

The Best TV Shows of 2017 (So Far)
The return of Twin Peaks is cause for celebration
DAILY Screens  June 23, 2017, by Mark Fagan
"...So with half of 2017 almost in the books, I thought now would be a great time to do a roundup of my favorite shows of the year (so far) – the qualifying factor being that they released new episodes in 2017. It's worth noting all the quality shows that dropped on premium (HBO, Showtime) and streaming sites (Netflix, Amazon, Hulu) as opposed to network TV..."

ATX Television Festival: The Presidents of the State of TV
Network heads on how to make a breakout show
DAILY Screens  June 10, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...It was an undoubted powerhouse gathering: Hulu head of content Craig Erwich, NBC's president of entertainment Jennifer Salke, HBO head of programming Casey Bloys, FX president of original programming Nick Grad, and Showtime programming president Gary Levine. All five have been part of what's been called "peak TV": a vast number of scripted series (an estimated 400-500 between broadcast, cable, streaming, and subscription services), with some of the best-reviewed shows the medium has ever seen...."

What Would Mindy Do?
Her program in peril, showrunner and star Mindy Kaling discusses digital media at SXSW
Screens Story  February 28, 2014, by Amy Gentry
"...The second season of The Mindy Project won't return from winter hiatus until April 1, but Austin will get an early dose of showrunner and star Mindy Kaling in a SXSW Interactive session moderated by Marie Claire editor Anne Fulenwider and followed by a panel with castmates Ike Barinholtz and Adam Pally. In her session, Kaling will discuss "the emergence of digital players like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, evolving audience expectations and the opportunity for women in television to leverage these changes."..."

'Klown' on the Small Screen
Drafthouse distributing deranged Danish sitcom
DAILY Screens  July 17, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Drafthouse released the movie of the series last year, and they've put the whole 60 episode run on Hulu right now. The show will be released for download on July 23, and is available for pre-order via www.klown.tv: You can buy the whole 60 episode run for $59.99, each season separately for $19.99, or for the same price there's a 10 episode best-of collection curated by Hvam, Christensen and Drafthouse Films...."

In Praise of Binge-Watching
TV we consumed in dangerously large quantities
Screens Story  January 1, 2010
"...Netflix, I Luv Video, Hulu, TiVo, BitTorrent, black-market – so many ways to watch so many TV shows. And by watch, we mean consume in large quantities over long weekends, aka binge..."

What’cha Watchin’?
Fourteen seasons in, Food Editor Jessi Cape is still ride-or-die for Grey's Anatomy
Screens Column  October 5, 2017
"...Atlanta (Hulu) I'll be perfectly honest – I started watching this show because writer/director/lead Donald Glover (as Childish Gambino), made one of my favorite albums, Awaken, My Love! But with aspiring rappers climbing the ladder, real-world parenting problems, relationship drama, and all the accompanying hilarity, I'm sticking around because the writing is stellar...."

Bitter Harvest
In 1930s Ukraine, young lovers fight Stalin and forced starvation
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Film Review  February 24, 2017, by Marc Savlov
"...The great Terence Stamp (The Limey) gives a typically fine performance as Yuri’s grandfather, a legendary warrior who can still ride a stallion sidesaddle when called upon to battle it out with the Bolsheviks, but even he cannot save Bitter Harvest from its many inherent flaws, which include some ridiculously mawkish cinematography from the usually fantastic Douglas Milsome (of Kubrick’s The Shining and Full Metal Jacket fame) and the inescapable fact that the 90-plus-minute running time is simply too brief to allot enough time for character development, much less a comprehensive overview of the epic tragedy that surrounds the doomed love story. This would have been far more effective had it been an actual, binge-worthy Netflix/Amazon/Hulu series, although goofy acting kudos to Gary Oliver’s portrayal of Stalin as a mustache-twiddling villain straight out of the Snidely Whiplash zone...."

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