The streaming wars continue unabated. Me and the men have taken our rations of Mountain Dew and Doritos and shared them with some of the townsfolk. They are treating us pretty kindly, although we have yet to face the warriors of Netflix (apparently, they just throw everything they have at you). We quickly overpowered Sony Crackle and other sites, but the men continue to feel unsatisfied. I’m sorry if my letter appears to reflect the state of mind of a distressed man, but this is what I signed up for. More episodes of TV shows with the title Chicago in it and live musicals that tend to be hit or miss. I’ll be home soon Clara, but right now my men are awaiting my orders. To victory and beyond, Clara. To victory…and beyond.
NBCUniversal will enter the streaming wars with a service launching in early 2020 that will be run by longtime cable chief Bonnie Hammer.
The ad-supported streaming service will be available at no cost to NBCUniversal’s pay-TV subscribers in the U.S. and major international markets. Comcast Cable and Sky will provide the service to their collective 52 million subscribers in the U.S. and Europe. An ad-free version will also be available for a fee. Viewers without pay TV service can buy a subscription to the service.