Hulu grows list of channels that support 60fps

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Hulu said its Live TV service now has more than 500 channels available in 60fps across iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Xbox One, Samsung Tizen TV and Nintendo Switch devices.

RELATED: Hulu adds cloud DVR features, 60fps support

Last month, Hulu responded to frequent requests from users by adding support for 60fps.

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“Due to the dependencies required to enable 60fps, we’ll be rolling it out in phases to get you these higher-quality streams as quickly as possible. By offering our live streams at this frame rate, our goal is to provide a significantly more immersive viewing experience for Live TV. You’ll notice the difference most when watching sports or news, so we’re excited to have this in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics and March Madness (NBC and Turner channels, respectively),” wrote Hulu in a Reddit post.

The full list of channels supporting the higher frame rate on Hulu now includes:

  • A&E
  • Adult Swim
  • Big Ten Network
  • Bravo
  • Cartoon Network
  • CBS Sports Network
  • Cinemax - All channels
  • CNN
  • CNN International
  • E!
  • Food Network
  • FOX affiliates
  • FOX Business Network
  • FOX News Channel
  • FOX Sports - All RSNs
  • FOX Sports 1
  • FOX Sports 2
  • FX/FXM/FXX
  • FYI
  • Golf Channel
  • HBO - All channels
  • HGTV
  • History
  • HLN
  • Lifetime
  • LMN
  • Nat Geo WILD
  • National Geographic
  • NBC - All affiliates, as well as New England Channel News
  • NBC Sports - All RSNs
  • Oxygen
  • POP
  • SHOWTIME - All channels
  • Smithsonian
  • SyFy
  • TBS
  • TCM
  • Telemundo - All affiliates
  • TNT
  • Travel Channel
  • TruTV
  • Universal Kids (East)
  • Viceland
  • YES

 

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