Jon Stewart & Viacom on Hulu

Jun. 10, 2008

Check out Viacom’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Hulu. Top brands framed in a great setting around very fresh content (including last night’s show). Hulu is a fun player with lots of thought, but a really mixed bag of what’s there. My 14 year old is having a blast with it looking at old shows she has never seen, but meanwhile there also is a bit of cats-and-dogs thrown in. Here’s a cross border play — Viacom tiptoing but with a big brand — into the service.

Hulu has broken the top 10 video websites…this will help build the momentum further.

Check it out ….

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