** FILE ** TiVo boxes sit on display as a shopper looks through the isles at a Best Buy store in a Los Angeles file photo from Nov. 28, 2005. TiVo Inc. said Friday that a court ruled against EchoStar Communications Corp., saying it must halt the manufacture and sale of its DVR products in the U.S., and ordered it to pay more than $89 million in damages to the digital video recorder maker. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)
Updated at 2:10 PM PST on Tuesday, Sep 28, 2010
Los Gatos-based Netflix is not the only media company that is allowed to have fun.
Tuesday Alviso-based TiVo put itself back in the headlines by striking a deal to host Hulu content on its its video recording devices.
TiVo's top level subscribers will be able watch video through Hulu's plus service, which streams television shows from NBC and Fox among other stations after they have aired on television.
The move is a coup for the Alviso-based company who has been struggling through difficult financial times.
The company also recently inked a deal with Oakland-based Pandora Media to stream Internet radio through its TiVo boxes.
But to get the content, you'll have to own either TiVo's $299.99 Premiere or $499.99 Premiere XL DVRs.