It’s been three weeks now since Hulu.com came out of private beta, and we hope you’ve been having fun with the service so far. We’ve been excited to welcome new users to our site, but we’re just as excited to see Hulu videos popping up on other corners of the web. We know you spread your time online across a wide range of sites, and we want to make it easy to enjoy and share Hulu videos wherever you happen to be on the web.
Since the very beginning, we’ve allowed users to e-mail and embed videos. We’ve recently added the ability to share videos to some of the top social networking and bookmarking sites such as MySpace, Facebook, and Digg. To do this, just click the Share button inside the video player when watching any video and then click the button for the site you’d like to post to.
We’ve also updated our RSS feeds to allow you to include Hulu embedded videos directly in the feed as an enclosure. That way, you can watch Hulu videos from within the comforts of your RSS news reader. To include Hulu embedded videos in an RSS feed, visit the RSS Feeds page and select the “add video” checkbox before adding the feed to your RSS reader.
Let us know what you think of these features at and remember: sharing is good!