Former Hulu CEO Launches New 'Vessel' Video Streaming Service, Offers Free Access for a Year

Former Hulu CEO Launches New 'Vessel' Video Streaming Service, Offers Free Access for a Year

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Former Hulu CEO Jaon Kilar has launched Vessel, a new video streaming service that offers early access to some of the best web series, music videos and complete segments from TV. Until Thursday, March 26th, you can get a year of Vessel free (regularly $2.99/month).

"Vessel provides early access to the web’s best short-form creators for only $2.99 a month, enabling members to watch those creators’ videos and shows before they are available elsewhere for free. Creators offer their new videos exclusively on Vessel for a limited time, typically 72 hours, after which they are available for free on Vessel and anywhere else creators want to make them available (whether it’s on their own website, on YouTube or elsewhere)."

Features:
- Early access to the best short-form videos from 100+ channels including Rhett & Link, Connor Franta, Machinima, Ingrid Nilsen, Epic Meal Time, Nerdist, Shane Dawson, Marcus Butler, Caspar Lee, Anna Akana, Tastemade, Bart Baker, SeaNanners, Meredith Foster and more.
- Personalize your video experience. Follow shows, channels and categories based on your interests.
- Explore categories like music, prank, fashion & beauty, gaming, food & drink, geek, drama queen, dance, actions sports, comedy, science & ideas and vloggers.

To get the free year, just download the app from the link below...

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Former Hulu CEO Launches New 'Vessel' Video Streaming Service, Offers Free Access for a Year

Former Hulu CEO Launches New 'Vessel' Video Streaming Service, Offers Free Access for a Year

Former Hulu CEO Launches New 'Vessel' Video Streaming Service, Offers Free Access for a Year

Former Hulu CEO Launches New 'Vessel' Video Streaming Service, Offers Free Access for a Year

Former Hulu CEO Launches New 'Vessel' Video Streaming Service, Offers Free Access for a Year
Aneurysm1234 - March 24, 2015 at 8:49pm
Vessel, Vine.. which is really the better brand and it's truly free? hmmm Vine..
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