Anime Fans Can Watch High-Quality Episodes Online, Legally, for Free
FLOWER MOUND, TX, November 7, 2008 — FUNimation Entertainment has partnered with the online video service Hulu to launch high-quality anime episodes of its titles on
Debuting this week on the video web site are episodes from Shuffle, Peach Girl and Slayers. These series join new episodes from Black Blood Brothers, Blue Gender, MoonPhase and Mushi-shi and add to the wide-variety of FUNimation series that can now be found on Hulu.com, including Shikebane Hime, Kiddy Grade, Mr. Stain on Junk Alley, and xxxHOLiC
In the following months, viewers can go to www.hulu.com to access nearly 150 episodes and approximately 75 hours of free on-demand programming from FUNimation Entertainment’s library. Additional content will be added on a monthly basis.On
Hulu.com, consumers can enjoy one of the largest selections of legal, free videos from more than 115 top broadcast networks, cable networks, movie studios and web-centric content providers. Hulu offers more than 950 shows and movie titles with hundreds of videos added to the site each week.
“We support Hulu’s mission of making legitimate, professionally produced content easily available,” said Gen Fukunaga , president and CEO of FUNimation Entertainment. “Plus, the wide reach of Hulu not only allows fans to catch an episode they may have missed but offers viewers a way to discover new shows.”
Anime fans will also be able to take advantage of additional tools Hulu offers to enhance the viewing experience, including full-screen view, a pop-out window, a ‘lower lights’ feature and much more. Other features allow users to easily clip, share and embed videos on other web sites, including blogs and social networking sites.
About FUNimation Entertainment
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