NBC to Launch Ad-Supported Streaming Service in 2020
Service will be free to live TV subscribers. Cord cutters will pay about $10 a month.
Next year, NBC will join streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, CBS All Access and Disney+, but it is putting its own twist on the direct-to-consumer model. NBC’s ad-supported streaming service will be free to those who pay for live TV, whether it is through a cable or satellite TV company, reports CNBC. For cord cutters, NBC’s streaming service will likely be in the $10 per month range, but it will not give subscribers access to the same level of content.
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