The most popular streaming service, Hulu, is getting rid of ads for all but one episode of shows and movies that people actually want to watch.
That could mean a lot of people will ditch the service, but it’s unlikely to be the last.
Here’s how Hulu’s ad policies work: You can always use Hulu’s ads, but they can’t do anything to prevent people from watching your favorite shows and films.
That’s because Hulu is owned by Disney and Disney doesn’t want to be seen as a monopoly on the content market.
Hulu has a long history of partnering with content companies, but that’s only part of its business.
Hulu also allows you to buy premium content through a pay-TV package and has a streaming service that lets you stream your favorite TV shows and feature films from Netflix, Amazon, and HBO.
Hulu’s decision to stop selling ads could make a lot more people ditch the platform, which is worth about $1 billion.
But that’s not the biggest issue with Hulu’s move.
Hulu says the ads that its users have used to make money will stay.
It says it’s been using ads since the beginning of the service in 2010, and the service’s ad sales will not change.
“We’re just changing the way we pay for them,” said Jeff Bewkes, Hulu’s vice president of content.
The company is also moving to become more inclusive in the way it offers advertising.
Hulu will now accept any advertising for a show or movie that is in a local marketplace, as well as for other advertising for movies, music, and games that are not in local markets.
That includes ads for Hulu Plus members, which Hulu says it wants to grow by 20 percent.
Hulu may be leaving some shows out of the mix, but the service will still have a ton of exclusive content.
Hulu is also removing some of the ads from shows like The Last Jedi.
That means the company is essentially making a point of having only the most popular shows and most-popular movies available to people who want them.
The move could make the company’s own streaming service a lot less appealing, but its focus on content is a welcome one.
It might not be enough to turn Hulu into a streaming powerhouse, but Hulu’s plan is a step in the right direction for an already-successful company.