NBCU Will Stream Several MSNBC Shows on Peacock in Strategy Shift

This is the first time programs like Morning Joe will be available without a cable subscription

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NBCUniversal is expanding MSNBC’s presence on its streaming service Peacock and shifting its strategy for showcasing news on the platform. For the first time, Peacock Premium subscribers will be able to stream several of the cable network’s shows the day after they air on linear, without a cable subscription.

In early spring, the MSNBC hub on Peacock will feature episodes of Morning Joe, Deadline: White House, The Beat with Ari Melber, The ReidOut, All In with Chris Hayes and MSNBC’s weekend analysis programming, all streaming on-demand the next day.




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