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Why Is Hulu Blocking Some U.S. Users From Viewing Content?

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April 26, 2014
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If you're using a VPN you won't be able to access Hulu, says TorrentFreak. The company is reportedly blocking access via VPN. Video provided by Newsy


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TheStreet (May 19, 2014) — Google-owned YouTube is reportedly in talks to buy Twitch for as much as $1 billion, nearly as much as the $1.65 billion deal for YouTube itself in 2006. Here's why the largest internet name in the world would want a relatively obscure startup. First, Twitch is the leading online platform for gamers to stream and broadcast videogame play. The site boasts 45 million unique monthly users, one million of those who actively create and upload their own content. Second, Twitch is the fourth-largest source of broadband traffic in primetime hours, even beating out Facebook and Hulu. Finally, Twitch users' levels of engagement are higher than those who use YouTube. Video provided by TheStreet
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Twitter's Age Verification System Aims to Keep Kids Away From Booze

Twitter's Age Verification System Aims to Keep Kids Away From Booze

Buzz60 (Nov. 26, 2013) — Twitter is implementing an age-verification system in order to stop people under 21 from viewing content involving alcohol on the social media site. Lindsey Granger has the step-by-step details.
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Yahoo! Said to Be Near RayV Acquisition to Bolster Video Service

Yahoo! Said to Be Near RayV Acquisition to Bolster Video Service

TheStreet (May 21, 2014) — Yahoo! is said to be close to buying video streaming start-up RayV, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. The company is reportedly interested in acquiring RayV to bolster its video service, as the start-up develops software for high definition online video streaming. In addition, RayV offers a content distribution network, a content management system and digital rights management function, according to the Journal. RayV's Web site says it has "developed a unique suite of patented technologies and a new approach to video streaming." It's based in Los Angeles with research and development operations in Tel Aviv. Video provided by TheStreet
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Netflix Winning the Internet, or Streaming Video Anyway

Netflix Winning the Internet, or Streaming Video Anyway

Newsy (Nov. 11, 2013) — Netflix and YouTube account for more than half of peak streaming. Each has 10 times the traffic of Hulu and Amazon's video efforts combined.
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