Matthew Belloni

Hollywood Reporter

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Matthew Belloni is the editorial director at the Hollywood Reporter, and formerly at Billboard.

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Peacock, the streaming service from NBCUniversal, had its big presentation this week and we now know it will come with multiple tiers and pricing options.

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NBCUniversal revealed details of its new streaming service Peacock, which will have several tiers and pricing options.

Peacock emerges from its shell

NBCUniversal revealed details of its new streaming service Peacock, which will have several tiers and pricing options.

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As MGM undergoes an executive shake-up,  questions emerge . Who reports to whom?

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