There may be a chill in the air, but fresh content has never been hotter than in Winter TV on Hulu. From new series premieres to full season perennial favorites, this robust collection is the perfect way to align your brand with the most popular shows on Hulu.
Reach out to your Sales rep today to take advantage of this amazing opportunity as the Winter season is still heating up.
- January 16th – March 31st, 2015
- Sold by SOV
- Homepage Masthead Brand Placement
- Homepage Tray Brand Placement
- Spotlight Page Brand Placement
- Targeted Media to all Promotional Content
- Supporting Reach Media
- Premium Slate
- Interactive Ad Player Skin
- Interactive Brand Placement on Spotlight Page
This year Hulu was visible to key clients, partners and vendors through an inaugural sponsorship of the C-Space, a central headquarters at CES at the ARIA Hotel.
This space is specifically curated for the marketing, advertising, content and creative communities, and served as the show’s networking hub. What better place for Hulu to be than among digital content and advertising professionals?
We also hosted four “Hulufied” hospitality suites at ARIA to facilitate updates, tours and more than 45 meetings – complete with device demo areas, lounge spaces, content sizzles and snacks. Not to be overlooked, Hulu had an exclusive happy hour for over 700 clients and partners at ARIA’s barMASA in the heart of the C Space media hub.
Hulu’s senior leadership took part in a number of panel discussions to help spread the Hulu love and join the conversation around innovations in technology and entertainment.
Peter Naylor, SVP of Sales, spoke on a panel at the APPNATION sub-conference. APPNATION focuses on the consumer app economy and aims to bring developers and industry experts together for discussion and networking.
Peter’s panel centered around the future of content in an “Internet of Things” age. Other panelists included Ty Ahmad Taylor (Smart TV Services, Samsung), Brian Lakamp (iHeartMedia), JR McCabe (Time Inc.) and was moderated by Dave Morgan (Simulmedia).
The panel covered topics such as the impact of DISH network’s sling announcement, consumer content consumption patterns, distribution, user interface innovations and data. Peter also shared the news about our new Original series 11/22/63. It was a thought-provoking discussion with an engaged audience and a great opportunity for Hulu to be part of this conversation.
There is only one event throughout the year that combines America’s love of sports, chips & dips from all over the world, and the best commercials of the year. The Super Bowl IS that event.
Pitting Tom Brady and Russell Wilson against each other, the New England Patriots will face off against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, February 1st at the University of Phoenix Stadium. In between placing bets, painting your face and screaming at the TV, we here at Hulu know exactly what the best part of the event is: the ads!
That’s why today we’re happy to bring you the ultimate advertising experience for the fifth year in a row with the launch of Toyota AdZone.
Toyota AdZone brings the best in Super Bowl advertising all to one place! It features the most comprehensive library of Super Bowl ads past and present, and allows fans to vote in real-time for their favorite game day commercial!
Just head to Toyota AdZone today on your tablet, mobile phone or laptop to watch leaked ads, teasers and commercials from Super Bowl XLIX before game day, with new ads being added daily! Looking for a specific ad from Super Bowl’s past? No problem! We have curated categories of some of the most memorable commercials so that you can get your fix of what you’re in the mood to watch, including:
- The Funniest Game Day Ads of 2014
- Super Bowl Ads that Inspire
- Best Celebrity Cameos
- Best Super Bowl Ads of All Time
- And more!
We’ll be adding more ads up through the Super Bowl and – on Super Bowl Sunday – be sure to head over to Toyota AdZone because we are letting YOU pick your favorite ads of 2015. Simply vote and share your favorite ads with the click of a button. Although you might not have a say in whether your favorite team wins or loses, with Toyota AdZone you can make sure your voice is heard for your favorite ad! So sit back, place your votes and enjoy the biggest ads of the year on Toyota AdZone.
Because it’s not just a football game – it’s all about the ads!
We are thrilled to reveal that season two of the Emmy®-nominated Hulu Original Behind the Mask will feature one of the team’s most valuable players, the San Francisco Giants mascot, “Lou Seal” – among three more mascots who will uncover what it’s really like to balance real life between the pressures of game day.
Set to debut in February 2015, the hit docu-series will tell the story of four real-life mascots: the veteran Major League Baseball mascot, “Lou Seal”; a freelance mascot performer with autism whose many gigs range from “The Easter Bunny” to “Bucky the Blood Drop”; the show’s first female performer, Gilbert Arizona High School mascot “The Tiger”; and minor league hockey mascot “Tux” of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, who returns from season one to continue his lifelong dream of going professional.
In its first season, Behind the Mask won over audiences and critics alike through the captivating stories its real-life cast of characters had to share, each with their own personal stories of juggling their everyday lives with their larger-than-life mascot personas. The Los Angeles Times called the series a “a triumph of storytelling,” while Forbes magazine described it as “an example of online content that doesn’t just match the quality of regular television and cable programing, it surpasses it.” NPR simply dubbed it “amazingly gripping television.”
About the Season 2 Mascots:
Joel, dubbed the Cal Ripken of mascots, has never missed a single game in his 15 years as the ever-popular “Lou Seal,” and dreams of his team winning another World Series. He is married, with one 2-year-old daughter and a second one on the way. This season, Joel will need to find a balance between his two most important commitments: keeping his attendance streak as “Lou Seal,” and being the best father he can be to his children.
Chris is a 25 year-old freelance mascot who struggles with his autism and severe anxiety. His passion for the job is in no small part due to the fact that Chris finds inner strength and confidence when inside a mascot suit, a mask that minimizes eye contact and removes the expectation that he has to speak. Chris’ mother and father are instrumental in his life and Behind the Mask will take viewers on Chris’ emotional journey as he relishes in the small victories and progresses towards real growth and independence, one suit at a time.
The first female mascot to appear on the show, Navey is the embodiment of her “Tiger” character – fierce, confident and the king of her jungle: Gilbert High School. This season, she is competing to become the National High School Mascot of the Year and has her sights set on becoming a pro-mascot when she grows up. Navey is a tomboy with a sparkling personality, a zest for life and an absolute love of all things Gilbert High Athletics. While incredibly athletic herself, she chose to become a mascot so she could be on every field and every court and be a meaningful part of all teams at her high school.
Returning from Season 1, Chad is giving it one last shot to make it to the pros. In his efforts to become a professional mascot, he’s sacrificed a great deal, including moving away from Canada and his teenage son Cody, whom he rarely gets to see. Chad wonders if he’s been selfish by chasing his dreams and constantly struggles with the inner turmoil revolving around his family and his pursuit of his own goals.