Hulu Plus, Hulu‘s subscription service, is becoming available on more and more connected devices these days, and features a pretty slick user interface. But given that a lot of Hulu content isn’t available, does it make sense as a service for those dropping their cable? That’s the question Janko digs into for this week’s episode of Cord Cutters.
In addition, Patrick Norton, who hosts Revision3’s Tekzilla and is also a longtime off-again-on-again cord cutter, shows Ryan all the boxes he uses to get his content on his TV. And I recommend the web series Vag Magazine, an insanely funny comedy satirizing third-wave feminist publications like Bust.
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