Streaming Service

My wife and I are about to end Dish and go with Hulu. However, some questions are coming into view that I'm looking for answers but can't seem to find them. Me, I enjoy ABC, CBS and NBC. Sure, I also enjoy TNT and a few of those other ones as well, but mainly the 3. My wife on the other hand, likes faith christain base shows, Animal Planet and things like that. I've called Hulu and they assure me that I'll be able to get those as well. My question, is what kind of storage device can I hook up here at the house so that I can record programs for her? I don't know if I'll ever get an answer to this, that would be helpful.

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Dead end.

The moment you want to record streamed content you find a wall of issues, troubles and no one with a solid fix.

So nope.

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not supposed to do it.

Really not supposed to record streaming media, and they try to prevent others from doing so. This is why we don't have many video rentals anymore, because it was too easy to rent, burn a copy, and return the dvd.

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any storage device will work

it is really going to depend on what device you are using to watch hulu. You may want to check with hulu to find out what you can legally download for offline viewing. due to licensing agreements, there will be some you cannot download.

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