Hulu To Add ‘Newsy’ Network For All Subscribers

By October 14, 2016 No Comments


Hulu subscribers will now be able to quickly keep up with the world’s top stories while they binge their favorite shows. The streaming service just announced a partnership with “Newsy,” the cord-cutting answer to 24 hour cable news networks like CNN.

Newsy has short form, on demand, original news videos every day available for streaming any time. Newsy topics cover national news, policy, culture, science and technology. Most days, there should be about 30 new stories.

In addition, Newsy will also publish its longer form content like the very popular “Americanize Me” series and “My First President” to Hulu.

Content from will be available for every Hulu user, regardless of what level of subscription they have.

Newsy also works with a number of other streaming devices and services like Sling TV, Roku, Pluto TV, Xumo, Watchable, and Apple TV.

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