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Against other streamings, Peacock has loss of $914 million in 2020

Peacock has not yet announced an entrance date in Latin America yet, it is available in the US since July 2020

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NBCUniversal‘s Peacock, a free premium ad-supported streaming service with subscription tiers, had a $914 million adjusted loss for 2020, according to a Comcast filing with the SEC Monday, first reported Variety. The service is available in the US since July 2020. It shows that Peacock hasn’t soared in 2020 like the main streaming apps did.

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Peacock has not yet announced an entrance date in Latin America yet, but, according to a study conducted by Whip Media, HBO Max, Peacock, and Paramount Plus do all seem more on par with both Netflix and Disney as umbrella brands through their subsidiary content in the Latin American markets sampled in the study.

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