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The Paley Center for Media is partnering with Hulu to provide streaming coverage from next month’s annual PaleyFest.
Under the partnership, Hulu’s free and premium services will offer full-length coverage from the nine of the 13 panels set for the annual television conference.
“We are delighted to enter this new era for PaleyFest with Hulu as our partner,” Paley Center president and CEO Pat Mitchell said in a statement announcing the news Wednesday. “It’s exciting to know that audiences throughout the United States will now be able to join the community of PaleyFest fans as they experience the festival on demand, whenever and wherever they want. Hulu’s partnership allows us to continue to expand PaleyFest as a key facet of our overall mission to interpret, celebrate, preserve and archive television’s best.”
Hulu will provide coverage for panels featuring the cast and creative teams from Community, Once Upon a Time, New Girl, The Office, Bones, Castle, The Vampire Diaries, Revenge and Modern Family.
Set for March 2-14 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, the annual festival has been known to sell-out events in the past, with fans typically lining up early for last-minute tickets.
A full PaleyFest lineup follows. For tickets, go to www.paleyfest.org.
3/2/12 Opening Night Presentation:American Horror Story (7 p.m.)?
3/3/12 Community (7 p.m.)?
3/4/12 Once Upon a Time (1 p.m.)?
3/5/12 New Girl (7 p.m.)?
3/6/12 The Office (7 p.m.)?
3/7/12 Sons of Anarchy (7 p.m.)?
3/8/12 Bones (7 p.m.)?
3/9/12 Castle (7 p.m.)?
3/10/12 The Vampire Diaries (7 p.m.)?
3/11/12 Revenge (1 p.m.)?
3/12/12 Two and a Half Men (7 p.m.)?
3/13/12 Mad Men (7 p.m.)?
3/14/12 Closing Night Presentation:Modern Family (7 p.m.)
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