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Hulu lost $920 million in 2017 after its four parent companies — Comcast, 21st Century Fox, Disney and Time Warner — invested $1 billion in it.
The streaming service lost $531 million in 2016.
Hulu - Year - Spending - Originals - TV
Hulu dropped deeper into the red last year as it boosted spending on originals and launched its live TV service — and the losses are expected to mount in 2018.
In 2017, Hulu lost $920 million, versus a loss of $531 million a year earlier. Its four owners — Comcast, 21st Century Fox, Disney and Time Warner — invested $1 billion in the streamer (versus $733 million in 2016, including $583 million from Time Warner).
Figures - Comcast - Disclosures - Hulu - Year
The figures are based on Comcast’s 10-K disclosures, which said it invested $300 million in Hulu last year and recorded a $276 million share of losses. Comcast, Fox and Disney owns 30% of Hulu, and Time Warner holds 10%.
Hulu previously disclosed that it expected to spend around $2.5 billion on content in 2017.
Estimates - BTIG - Research - Analyst - Rich
According to estimates by BTIG Research analyst Rich Greenfield based on the owners’ financial disclosures, Hulu’s...
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