Snapchat Adds Titles from NBCUniversal's Catalog to Sounds

Snapchatters can now add audio clips to their Snaps from NBCUniversal’s catalog.

License Global

November 1, 2021

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Snap has announced a new deal with NBCUniversal allowing Snapchatters globally the opportunity to add audio clips to their Snaps from NBCUniversal’s catalog of movies, television series and original programming from Peacock, including titles such as: 

Universal Pictures 

“The 40-Year-Old Virgin” 

“Back to the Future” 

“Billy Madison” 

“Bridesmaids” 

“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” 

“Happy Gilmore” 

“JAWS” 

“Scarface” 

Illumination 

“Despicable Me” 

DreamWorks Animation 

“Shrek” 

Series Streaming on Peacock 

“The Office” 

“Parks and Recreation” 

“Law & Order” 

“Saturday Night Live” 

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” 

“Friday Night Lights” 

“30 Rock” 

“Saved by the Bell” (Peacock Original) 

“Girls5eva” (Peacock Original) 

“A.P. Bio” (Peacock Original) 

When someone sends a Snap with a sound, users can swipe up to view the key art and title of the movie or series from which the audio clip is derived. A “Play This Sound” link will open a webview powered by Linkfire so they can access the relevant content via the streaming platforms on which it is available. 

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