AT&T looks to be picking up their streaming game, as they announced this morning that they will be partnering with the show streaming giant Hulu. AT&T says they will be allowing users to stream the service through their own AT&T apps and website, ensuring that customers will be able to “access video on multiple devices”. AT&T is hoping the partnership will allow them to become the leader in entertainment streaming, as they already offer a “TV Anywhere” program, which allows to stream live TV anywhere and from multiple devices. Adding Hulu to their list of services means AT&T customers also subscribed to Hulu will have access to Hulu’s wide array of high definition TV series, including the infamous Seinfeld, which they recently paid over $160 million to for streaming rights. AT&T is looking to roll out the updated service later this year.
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