Hulu Pulls Its App From The Channel Master Stream+ OTA DVR Running Android TV

Today Cord Cutters News has confirmed that Hulu has pulled their app from the Channel Master Stream+ OTA DVR. This means if you own a Channel Master Stream+ OTA DVR you will no longer be able to access Hulu through the official Hulu app.

This is not the first time something like this has happened with Hulu. Back in August AT&T TV’s new streaming player lost access to Hulu. Hulu never officially commented on why it was removed but it seems that for some reason Hulu has decided the AT&T TV streaming player and the Channel Master Stream+ can not have access to Hulu.

About the Channel Master Stream+ Media Player and OTA DVR:

Stream+ is a streaming media player and over-the-air DVR that integrates streaming services with live broadcast TV and includes an on-screen channel guide and the ability to pause, rewind and record live TV. (*On-Screen Channel Guide is only available to US customers. *Guide and DVR functionality requires an internet connection.)

Connecting an external USB hard drive to the Stream+ will enable DVR capability. When enabled, Stream+ allows users to record one live program while watching another, or record two live programs at the same time while watching a previously recorded program. Using the on-screen channel guide, Stream+ users can schedule either a one-time recording or an entire series.

Cord Cutters News has reached out to Channel Master and Hulu for comment and will update this story as we learn more.

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