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Peacock lands on Amazon Fire TV

24 Jun 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |

Amazon and NBCUniversal confirm that the Peacock streaming service will be available on Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets starting June 24.

Finally

Peacock launched in July 2020 on platforms like Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, LG webOS, and Vizio SmartCast. It later came to Samsung Tizen and Roku. Amazon was the last major holdout. Amazon and NBCUniversal have reached a deal, which covers Peacock and 15 network apps including NBC, Bravo, NBC News, and Telemundo. - "We aim to make Peacock as widely available as possible, so we’re excited to bring the service to millions more people who stream on Fire TV and Fire tablets," said Maggie McLean Suniewick, President, Business Development and Partnerships, D2C. "Amazon customers will find amazing content to stream this summer on Peacock from the Tokyo Olympics to The Boss Baby: Family Business."

Peacock Fire TV

Peacock on Amazon Fire TV

The Peacock app will be compatible with the "entire Fire TV product line-up", the companies said. It also supports basic Alexa voice commands such as "Alexa, open Peacock", with full Alexa integration coming later this year to let users browse the catalog through voice queries. Content is not available in 4K or HDR at this time. Peacock is available in the US for $5 per month with adds or $10 per month without ads.



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