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Hulu to stream first live concert

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 May 2009 1:18 User comments (1)

Hulu to stream first live concert Hulu has announced that it will stream its first live concert ever, the Dave Matthews Band, playing at the famous New York-based Beacon Theater on June 1st.
The concert is Hulu's first live entertainment event since the New Years celebration and the band says the concert, as well as a new iPhone game, are tie-ins for the group's upcoming album Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King.

Hulu recently added Disney as a partner, and has been growing in popularity, moving to second place behind YouTube in overall views and unique users.

There are also hints that the site will be finally going international this year, beginning in the UK by September.

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128.5.2009 16:02

Hulu can't be YouTube. YouTube is legendary...idk how its going to work streaming a live like 3 hour concert...there are bound to be issues..you're better off watching it on Fuse TV they are playing it live too. http://fuse.tv/tours/dmb/

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