If I had any doubt before, this article
just removed it. Hulu has made it abundantly clear in the past (and now) that they do NOT want their content on mobile devices (a perfect example is the Skyfire situation). I never could figure out why that was the case, but now it seems that the major networks don't want to just give away their content on mobile devices (even with ad revenue) but prefer a subscription model (i.e. PrimeTime2Go). Even if Hulu wants to enter the mobile space, their content providers probably have restricted them from doing so.
When Flash 10.1 comes to Android, everyone thinks that Hulu is going to be a given. I think not. If Hulu is actively blocking Skyfire on Android, you seriously think that they won't just as quickly block the Android browser (or any other mobile browser for that matter)? Simple user agent spoofing (i.e. the browser pretending to be a desktop version) probably won't do the trick either (that's how Skyfire tried to circumvent the block), Hulu is smarter than that.
Anyone eagerly anticipating Hulu on their Android device with the release of Flash 10.1 better get ready for a long and drawn out game of cat-and-mouse involving some serious hackery, bootleg apps, and frequent outages.
And to those that say we don't need Hulu because we can just go to the individual network's site to watch a show, needs to actually look at all the non-network TV content Hulu offers.