We've been hearing about Peacock, NBCUniversal's upcoming streaming service, for quite some time now. And the service actually launched for some Comcast customers back in March. But the wide rollout won't happen until July.
Ever since Disney officially announced its streaming service Disney+, it's been considered the juggernaut service to beat. And it turns out that is indeed the case.
NBCUniversal announced Peacock, its video streaming service, in September of last year. And in January we learned all of the launch details, like how it would go live for all potential customers in July. But if you're a Comcast customer you've got a bit of an exception.
Many streaming services see their strengths in the back catalog, which is why major mergers are happening to help bolster the sides of the "streaming wars".
We have known for a bit of time now that yet another streaming service will arrive soon, this one coming from NBCUniversal called Peacock.
There are a lot of streaming services out there. Some of them offer a ton of content for a subscription cost, while others have a healthy library that they offer with no up-front cost thanks to ads. NBCUniversal has one of those latter services on the way called Peacock, and now a subsequent purchase may help with the backend.
Today is the big day: Apple TV+ is now live, letting people enjoy a handful of original pieces of content. But there are still contenders on the way, like NBCUniversal's Peacock streaming service.
NBCUniversal has a huge library of content at its disposal, so a standalone streaming service just makes sense.
There has been quite a bit of chatter lately that The Office could see a revival in some way. Fans have eagerly been seeking out any piece of news alluding to the future of the popular series.
After adding support for video content from Bravo, E!, Syfy and USA channels ten days ago, tvOS's universal search feature was refreshed earlier today with official support for nine additional channels. The full up-to-date list of universal search providers can be found in Apple's support document.
Two weeks after NBCUniversal’s Bravo, Syfy and E! apps launched on the fourth-generation Apple TV, content from these channels is now available through the device's universal search feature.
In addition, the Apple TV now also surfaces videos from the USA channel when using tvOS's text or Siri voice search, said MacRumors.
After adding support for finding CBS television shows last month, owners of the fourth-generation Apple TV can now use tvOS's universal search feature to find video content from NBC, like “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” using Siri or Dictation.