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Samsung Becomes HDTV Partner For Hulu Plus

6/29/2010 02:24:21 PM Eastern

Ridgefield Park, N.J. - Samsung
announced Tuesday that it is an HDTV partner for the invitation-only
preview of Hulu Plus on connected devices.

Hulu Plus is billed as
the first ad-supported subscription service to offer full current season runs
of TV programs from ABC, FOX and NBC across multiple Web-connected devices, in
HD. Service costs $9.99 a month.

Available programs
include "Glee," "Grey's Anatomy," "30 Rock" and "The Office," as well as "The
X-Files," "Arrested Development" and "Ally McBeal." It is currently available
today for download through Samsung Apps on select 2010 Blu-ray players, Blu-ray
home-theater systems, and the majority of 2010 Samsung TVs measuring 40 inches
and larger.

Consumers who download
Hulu Plus on Samsung Apps can reportedly watch sample content and request an
invite for the preview of the Hulu Plus service. After the end of the preview
period, all Samsung Apps users will be able to download and subscribe to the
full Hulu Plus service, Samsung said.

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