With the eventual sale of Hulu, The New York Times suggesting that the Web will become a little less (or more) democratic. “Depending on the buyer, Hulu could be used to foster the further
growth of online streaming as an alternative to the cable TV bundle,” NYT writes. “Or the site could be kept under lock and key, exclusively for the use of cable subscribers.”
Potential buyers include Time Warner Cable, DirecTV, the Chernin Group, two private equity firms, and perhaps Yahoo.
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