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Hulu: HTML5 not able to replace Flash yet

Posted on Monday, May 17 2010 @ 00:25:09 CEST by

Engadget spotted Hulu's VP of Product Eugene Wei wrote a blog in which he explained that HTML5 doesn't yet meet all demands of their customers:
In a post on the Hulu blog (which has curiously since been pulled, though it remains in the RSS feed), Hulu's VP of Product Eugene Wei took a moment for an "aside on HTML5," in which he said that while Hulu continues to monitor developments on HTML5, "as of now it doesn't yet meet all of our customers' needs." Wei further goes on to note that Hulu's player doesn't just stream video, that it also must do things like secure the content, handle reporting for advertisers, and do "dozens of other things that aren't necessarily visible to the end user" -- all of which are critically important for Hulu and often part of contractual requirements.



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