Posted Tue May 5, 2015 at 01:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The set-top box now offers two more channels.
Apple has announced the addition of two new channels to its Apple TV streaming lineup. CBS Sports and USA Now are both available now via a free over-the-air update.
The CBS Sports channel offers free sports clips, exclusive content, scores, stats, news, and select live events. Meanwhile, USA Now features full episodes of many popular USA series. Users with an authenticated pay-TV subscription can access select new episodes the day after they air, a library of previous episodes, special clips, interviews and behind-the-scenes video. In addition, some content is also available to users for free without an existing subscriptions service.
The Apple TV is currently on sale for $68 following a recent price reduction. Rumors persist that Apple will announce a new version of its streaming media player in June.
Sources: 9to5Mac, iTunes 1, iTunes 2
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