It wasn’t too long ago that Hulu launched into their private beta – October 28th to be exact. Hulu is a joint venture between NBC Universal and News Corp (Fox) which provides premium video content on demand. The only way you can try Hulu is by getting an invitation, and those invitations haven’t been available in abundance… until today!
What a Hulu invitation? Here’s how to get one. Hulu has set-up invitation sites for a few sites like TechCrunch, GigaOm, Mashable, and Read/Write Web. It looks like they all started out with about 2500 invitations and there are still plenty left to go around. So, pick a link… any link… and get your invite for Hulu!
- Hulu invitation thanks to Mashable
- Hulu invitation thanks to TechCrunch
- Hulu invitation thanks to GigaOm
- Hulu invitation thanks to Read/Write Web
Once you click on one of those links, you’ll be taken to a Hulu page where you’ll submit your email address. After you do that, you’ll be receiving an invite in the mail shortly and then you’ll be on your way to watching shows like Prison Break, House, Bones, Heroes, Scrubs, 24, and more. Just remember that this is a service available only in the United States.