Hulu overcame incredible initial criticism to become the golden child of revenue generating video sites. CBS has been eyeing the NBC success story and reportably has big plans for TV.com. CNET lauched said website back in ’05, but CBS recently aquired the company, along with its websites, earlier this year. The report indicates CBS wants to add full length episodes, but keep the web community content that CNET created. Sounds like a plan. Hulu.com is a great site, but with the TV.com domain name in its pocket along with relative interactive features, CBS might have a shot this late in the game.
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