Apple answered the question of whether its new iPad device would incorporate Adobe Flash and its streaming video capabilities when it announced the product last month. It will not. But that decision apparently hasn't deterred the popular long form video site Hulu, which Gizmodo reports would like to make its content available to iPad users.
Currently, Hulu's content is ad supported and free to viewers. But Gizmodo's post indicates that Hulu wants to create a paid subscription version for the iPad while maintaining the current free version for users watching via their computer.
There are still many questions to be answered for Hulu and Apple. First, can the companies develop a technical solution for viewing Hulu content on the iPad without Flash? Second, how does Apple deal with the likelihood that Hulu's content would compete with the video content on iTunes?