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Hulu for $1, Peacock for $2 — Streamers Pitch Black Friday

“After big growth during the pandemic, the streaming stack has largely plateaued,” said Jennifer Kent, a vice president at industry researcher Parks Associates. “The average streaming household has 5.8 subscription streaming services, a rate that has barely moved in the past two years.”

From the article, "Hulu for $1, Peacock for $2 — Streamers Pitch Black Friday" by Samantha Stewart

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