Friday, September 18, 2020

NBCUniversal Inks Deal to Bring Peacock to Roku

Roku and Amazon’s Fire TV are the two most popular products in the connected TV market — research firm Parks Associates estimated that they control around 70 percent of the connected TV market in a 2019 study — and Peacock’s lack of availability on those platforms caused it to lose out on a significant number of potential customers at launch. Peacock is still unavailable on Fire TV. HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s streaming service that launched in May, is still unavailable on both connected TV devices.

From the article "NBCUniversal Inks Deal to Bring Peacock to Roku" by Tyler Hersko.

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