Hulu’s Kilar unveils Vessel beta



Vessel, the premium short-form video start-up by former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, has unveiled a beta version of the new platform.

Through the new service, subs paying $2.99 per month will get early access to what Vessel calls the web’s “best short-form videos in a beautiful, cinematic environment.” Those interested can sign up here.

“We’re in the process of inviting fans who have registered to try our service, sending invites on a first-come, first-served basis,” reads a statement from Vessel. “We’re very thankful for the trust that creators have placed in us as we welcome their fans on Vessel’s first day. Our team will be carefully reading every piece of feedback we receive during this beta…and working hard to improve the service each day.”

Vessel had previously opened its doors to creators in December.

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