NBC launches New York news feed on Peacock, report says

STATEN ISLAND, NY – NBC New York News has launched its own streaming channel Peacock where users can watch NBC News 24 hours a day, seven days a week for free.

NBC News reported the channel will offer non-stop news coverage and “simulcast and over-the-air news programming” on the streaming service, which is owned by NBCUniversal, a Comcast subsidiary.

The platform will also allow NBC to add breaking news and original content at any time.

NBC 4 New York President and CEO Eric Lerner said the opportunity will allow viewers access to all original content whenever they want and wherever they are, even if it’s not in New York. York.

“Our new NBC New York News channel gives Peacock users 24/7 access to the latest news, our award-winning news reports and the most accurate weather forecasts from across the tri-state, thanks to our proprietary StormTracker 4 S-band radar technology,” Lerner said.

You can find NBC News on Peacock by:

  • To visit PeacockTV.com or by downloading the free Peacock app for your streaming device, phone or tablet.
  • By clicking on the “channels” tab in the Peacock app.
  • Scroll down to NBC New York News.

WHAT’S AVAILABLE, HOW TO SIGN UP FOR PEACOCK

Watch hundreds of movies, thousands of episodes, binge-worthy TV shows, sports, news, pop culture, and more. are available on peacock.

The final season of one of TV’s greatest dramas will soon be available to stream on Peacock, Advance/SILive.com previously reported.

The fourth season of “Yellowstone,” the Western drama starring Kevin Costner, premieres on Peacock on Monday, March 28.

Peacock Free Tierwith about two-thirds of the catalog, is available to watch immediately with advertising after registering an email and password.

You can unlock the full library of shows and movies for $5 a month plus ads.

Viewers can also choose to subscribe to Peacock Premium+, which includes everything in Peacock Premium, but without the ads.

To find out more about what Peacock TV has to offer, click here.

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