Inside Hulu

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hulu_L_RGBHulu is on a mission; a mission that droves of people have come to appreciate. That mission is to help people find and enjoy the world’s premium video content when, where and how they want it and it’s no small task. Needless to say, they are off to a good start. Hulu now offers content from over 400 companies including Fox, ABC, NBCUniversal, MTV Networks and Comedy Central. Some content is free. Hulu Plus, on the other hand, offers unlimited streaming (including entire series and many current seasons) for a reasonable $7.99 per month. That’s the Hulu you already know and possibly love. To show you the Hulu you don’t have access to, DailyTekk connected with Lonn Lee, Director of Product Management at Hulu, who is responsible for driving product initiatives in close collaboration with designers, program managers and developers. Here’s what it’s like in the belly of the beast in Lee’s own words:

Hulu’s culture, in a word, is Brain-Spray Awesome. Ok, so I cheated. That is three words with a hyphen. But it’s with good reason. We’re not happy with just being “ok” or “good enough.” Our goal is to always blow our customers away by creating a service they unabashedly love. Brain-Spray Awesome style. This is where we set our sights. We pride ourselves on sweating each pixel and holding ourselves to an atypically high quality standard because it’s important to us. It’s who we are. Whether it’s for our users, content partners, distributors, advertisers or ourselves, Brain-Spray Awesome is the minimum bar we aim for and it’s something that I think resonates deeply with all Hulu team members (or, “Hulugans” as we call ourselves).

Hulu HQ Lobby

My favorite part of the office? The HQ lobby. The lobby is a unique area of our HQ. The lobby brings together key elements of our culture into one physical area. The first thing everyone will notice are the professionally taken photographs of every employee at Hulu arranged along the walls. It’s a fun celebration of the diversity of people we have at Hulu, as the photos provide a glimpse into each Hulugan’s interests or personality. From photos of Hulugans playing chess, djing, piano or rugby, to posing with their pet cats, dogs or fish, to a impersonating the infamous 1993 Janet Jackson Rolling Stone Magazine cover, the wall is a reminder that you are part of a unique ...

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