Words matter. These are the best Jason Kilar Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
What I think about is what people spend their time on this planet doing. So No.1 is sleep, No.2 is work, and No.3 is sight, sound, and motion video consumption. Basically, four to five hours a day is what Americans spend consuming video.
The one thing that’s important to know is Hulu’s not looking for traffic to be sent to hulu.com from its relationships with Yahoo and Fancast and MSN.
The Internet is going to have a bigger impact on content creators than the television ever had. The reason why that’s the case is that suddenly you’re able to tell stories 24/7 in the home, out of the home, in every room of the home. A television screen can be in your pocket through a smartphone.
There’s nothing more intoxicating than doing big, bold things.
Imagine you’re watching ’30 Rock’ and an ad comes on, but you don’t like it. With Hulu Ad Swap, you can actually click the button and trade out the ad. So for the first time ever, a consumer is in control of their ad experience. For us, it’s a big win because users are able to take control of what they see.
I’m not the kind of guy who dabbles in a lot of things.
Hulu is about the shows, not the networks. The shows are the brands that users care about.
We are fortunate to have collectively built a culture that matters, a brand that matters, a business that matters. It is impossible to state in words how much this team means to me, how much Hulu means to me.
When we blaze trails, which is what Hulu is about, it takes time. That is not for the faint of heart, and we understand that.
My father was an electrical engineer who worked at Westinghouse in Pittsburgh. When I was growing up, my mother wrote humor columns for the local paper. She was the Erma Bombeck of Murrysville, Pa.
When you’re dealing with digital goods, you don’t have to be tied to one URL.
We’re simple-minded, the team at Hulu, which is, we think if we can obsess over quality and build a better mousetrap, that good things will happen. Users will adopt the service, advertisers will see great value in it, and that’s what we’re seeing.
I grew up hearing stories about how my maternal grandfather had put himself through engineering school in New York City. He saved money by walking down to a gas station once a week to take a shower. When I applied to college, both education and investment value were important to me.
History has shown that incumbents tend to fight trends that challenge established ways and, in the process, lose focus on what matters most: customers.