Apple TV viewers will awake this morning to the pleasant sight of another batch of channels having been added to their favorite little square hockey puck.
Apple today added yet another set of channels to its Apple TV set-top box, including a “Watch ABC” channel to allow subscribers to certain cable services to watch content from their local ABC affiliate through Apple TV. Other additions include financial channel Bloomberg, streaming movie and TV show channel Crackle, and Korean channel KOR TV.
Of course, the Watch ABC channel does require the user to have a subscription with a cable provider such as AT&T, Charter, Comcast, Google Fiber, Verizon FiOS, etc.
Today’s additions to the lineup join other recent additions to the Apple TV lineup, which includes Yahoo Screen, PBS, Disney Jr., Vevo, The Smithsonian Channel, Disney, WatchESPN, and HBO Go.
Persistent rumors indicate the Apple may soon be adding channels for cable provider Time Warner Cable and The CW television network.