There's a lot of things that have changed since my last post, like broadcasters realizing that they really can monetize on piracy. So now major broadcasters are pouring oodles of money into on-line sale systems, while others are sub-licensing sites to put up full episodes of your favourite shows inter spliced with ads so that they can take home increased profits from the increasing demand for on-line recaps and episodes on demand. With an invite to Hulu
(currently in closed private beta), I set off to take a look at the not so far future.
Here's just a sampling of a few full Simpsons episodes, these are completely legal to watch and they're not going to be deleted so don't worry about having to watch it just now. The only caveat
is that you need to have a US or International (ie: no country associated) IP Address - if you don't have one you can use a US Proxy or Streaming Web Proxy
to try and access it.
Labels: hulu, private beta invites, simpsons, simpsons episodes