Hulu makes bid for Hispanic viewers; 'Tower Heist' to go on-demand 3 weeks after theatrical release

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> Hulu is making a play for the growing market of Hispanic TV viewers, making a multi-year deal today with Univision Communications that will bring hundreds of hours of Spanish-language novelas, variety shows, comedies and reality series from the Univision family of networks to Hulu and Hulu Plus. Article

> In an audacious move that could shake up the way Hollywood has done business for decades, Universal Pictures plans to make its upcoming Eddie Murphy action comedy film "Tower Heist" available through video-on-demand just three weeks after it debuts in theaters Nov. 4. Article

> Sony Movie Channel Tuesday rolled out an authenticated online service--Sony Movie Channel Everywhere--to DirecTV and Dish Network subscribers, giving customers of the two satellite TV networks an array of full-length movie titles at no additional cost. Article

And finally... Instead of the bad guys, it was Seattle's most prolific self-styled superhero that ended up in handcuffs. Article

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