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According to reports, the company is looking to work with broadband suppliers prior to launching with a view to ensuring that its service delivers video of optimum quality. In view of the strain that the likes of the iPlayer is already putting on bandwidth, that’s got to be some of the best news that our ISPs will have heard all year.


What’s not yet been confirmed yet is whether the wealth of nostalgic content that has made Hulu such as hit in the US will be present and correct for us. But in the name of all that’s good and right about classic cartoons like Thundercats and Bravestarr, we sure hope so.

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