Los Angeles – Hulu will generate $240 million in revenue in
2010, up from $108 million in revenues generated last year, and $25 million in
2008, CEO Jason Kilar told the audience at the NewTeeVee Live conference,
Business Insider reports. The joint venture between News Corp. (NYSE:  NWS), NBC Universal (NYSE:  GE)
and Disney (NYSE:  DIS) had not as of yet provided dedicated revenue figures.

Kilar also
said that Hulu counted 30 million users in the past month, who accessed 260
million full content streams and were served 800 million ad streams.

service also now counts 235 content partners and 352 advertising clients.

Kilar apparently did not provide any early data on adoption rates for Hulu Plus, the company’s recently-launched, $10-per-month subscription service that provides greater access to older TV episodes.



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