Hulu CEO confirms another major provider for live TV service, teases launch details

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Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins shared new details about the company’s highly-anticipated new live TV service at CES on Wednesday. 

It wasn’t quite the full announcement the cord-cutting community has been waiting for, as it was missing definite launch dates and price points, but we do know live TV is coming “in the next few months” for under $40 monthly for two active accounts. Hopkins first confirmed Hulu’s foray into live TV last May

AT CES, Hopkins confirmed the rumors of a content partnership with CBS, which joins Time Warner, 21st Century Fox and the Walt Disney Company in Hulu’s stable of live content providers. Notably, CBS isn’t available from other cord-cutting solutions like Sling TV. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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