The big news for consumers in the United States this week: television shows and movies will be available to stream and streamlive in their original, unaltered form on the internet through the internet TV service Hulu, the largest streaming service in the world.
But that’s just the start of the new digital revolution, with the introduction of new streaming services that will be even more disruptive.
For starters, the big cable networks will be cutting back on some of their live programming, especially on Sundays, when cable has traditionally been a dominant source of content for viewers.
This could have major ramifications for consumers.
A large portion of the American households watching cable in the last few years will no longer be able to stream TV shows and other content that is usually available for free online through the cable companies, but they will still be able stream on Hulu.
And, with a few exceptions, these streaming services are going to be the ones to drive more consumer spending.
Hulu has announced that it will offer an exclusive live broadcast of The Voice in February of next year, and the streaming service will also be adding a variety of other programs that viewers can watch live or on demand through its live TV service.
Hulu is the first streaming service to offer this kind of live streaming in the US, and it’s expected that this service will be the dominant one by 2020.
The biggest surprise for consumers, however, is that the new streaming service is not a streaming service, as many assumed it would be.
The streaming service has to be considered as a “premium” subscription service, meaning that consumers will pay for more than a streaming TV service to watch TV shows, movies, and other live content.
For example, a new HBO subscription will give users access to over 150 hours of HBO programming, including all three seasons of the Emmy Award-winning series Game of Thrones.
And with more streaming options coming soon, consumers will no doubt be able pay more for content that they will watch on demand and via the internet, with less cable subscriptions, as they do now.
Hulu also is looking to be more than just a live streaming service.
For consumers, the streaming video service will offer a variety, including a curated collection of new, original programming, movies and other movies, as well as some of the biggest content in the history of the entertainment industry, such as the first seasons of Game of War, which premiered on HBO in 2013, as a premium streaming service last year.
But Hulu is not just a streaming video streaming service; it’s also looking to become a “live” streaming service as well, offering content that has been created by studios, and has a wider range of content available for consumers to watch online, with no need for cable subscription.
And Hulu will be a prime example of this.
Hulu launched its new streaming offering in May, and as the year progressed, the service launched a selection of new live content, including new shows such as Game of the Year: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, The Walking Dead, The Legend, and others, along with shows such to Game of Thrones, Sherlock, and even more.
As of May, Hulu had more than 11 million subscribers.
The big question for consumers is whether they want to pay for these streaming video services, and for what content they will want to watch live.
In a report released this week, the Pew Research Center said that the majority of consumers are already willing to pay more to watch more TV content online, and more people are willing to spend money to watch a wide variety of content online.
But how much money consumers are willing spend on TV shows or movies is going to vary from person to person.
For instance, a study conducted by research firm Censys found that a typical U.S. household is willing to put up with about $3 per month in cable subscriptions to watch television shows, with about half of households willing to fork over as much as $4 per month to watch movies and television shows.
But the study found that more than two-thirds of people also would be willing to go above $10 per month for cable, and up to $15 per month if they needed to watch some of TV shows on demand.
That means, for example, the average household with a cable subscription will be willing, by far, to pay over $6 per month.
Consumers are also likely to be willing pay more per month, as the average cable customer spends more on TV subscriptions than the average American consumer spends on other goods and services.
And consumers are also going to decide to pay extra for content they want and need to watch, which means more money for the networks.
And as with any major digital innovation, this may lead to higher consumer spending on the cable networks.
For this reason, consumers are going back to watching TV shows live on the old cable network platforms, like cable, satellite, or