DIRECTV eyes VOD choices after Hulu offer falls through

DIRECTV will pursue alternative options for expanding its subscription on-demand services in the aftermath of its failed attempt to buy online video streamer Hulu, CEO Mike White said last week. The satellite provider reported a 7% rise in second-quarter revenues from a year ago, but subscriber losses totaled 85,000. White pointed to fast-rising programming costs in predicting a new wave of consolidation among pay-TV providers, saying the "balance between content providers and distributors is out of whack."

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