Learmonth, Michael
October 2007
Daily Variety;10/23/2007, Vol. 297 Issue 17, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that NBC Universal Inc. has ended its promotional Youtube LLC channel on Monday in support of the upcoming launch of Hulu.com. The move will remove all NBC U content from the world's biggest video sharing site. The move is being considered to end the promotional relationship with YouTube and is being taken as a step to give web exclusivity to Hulu.com by both NBC U and News Corp. Hulu.com is a joint venture between the companies expected to launch in this month.


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