Hulu to offer Miramax films to its subscribers
LOS ANGELES - June 1, 2011 (WPVI) -- Hulu says it will offer hundreds of Miramax films to some of its subscribers and select films through its ad-supported service as part of a multi-year deal between the two companies.
Terms were not disclosed.
Hulu Plus subscribers will have access to Miramax movies including "Good Will Hunting," "The English Patient" and "Pulp Fiction" without advertisements. The movies can be viewed on tablets, computers, cell phones and televisions.
Hulu Plus is a video subscription plan that charges $8 a month to watch a range of programs online.
The company also said Wednesday that it will soon rotate about 15 Miramax films each month through its web site with occasional ad interruptions.
Hulu is owned by The Walt Disney Co., News Corp., Comcast Corp.'s NBC Universal and Providence Equity Partners.
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