Netflix, which owns Hulu and other streaming video sites, has launched a new ad service aimed at advertisers and brands that want to reach their target audience.
Ads for Hulu, Netflix, and other popular streaming video services, which are available on the internet, will be available for free.
Users will be able to add ads to their stream, and users can choose whether they want to view them on the user’s device or in the browser of their choice.
The new ad offering will offer more personalized content for advertisers and branded brands, which will be included in an ad buy for each video and ad-free experience that is available.
Advertisers and brands will have more control over which ads they pay for, and the ads can be placed in different locations.
This is the first time that Netflix is offering this type of advertising for its advertising customers, which have traditionally relied on Google’s AdWords, Google AdSense, and AdMob for content ad placement.
The ad-centric service will be offered in the U.S. for the next year or so, according to Netflix.
The service has been available in the UK and Europe, and is available in India, Australia, Brazil, and Turkey.
In addition to advertising on Hulu, ads will be placed for Amazon Prime Video, Google Play Movies & TV, and Google Play Music.
The ad buy will be part of a new strategy that Netflix hopes to leverage with brands and brands to drive additional ad spend.
The move comes after Google launched a similar advertising strategy last year that allowed companies to use their own ads to deliver a unique experience to their customers.
The new ad program is expected to provide the same level of ad buying flexibility.
This isn’t the first ad buy that Netflix has launched for brands and advertisers.
In October, Netflix bought $200 million in ad space for a single ad buy with the company.