The addition of the live news section on Apple's TV app arrives shortly after the company launched a live sports tab.
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News stations available include Bloomberg, CBS News, Cheddar, CNBC, CNN, and Fox News.
Besides now being able to watch live news broadcasts, people can also use the Apple TV app to watch shows or movies they bought or rented via iTunes, or watch certain sports events via a Sports category that features some ESPN broadcasts. The TV app uses your Single Sign-On login credentials to log you into each of those apps, making it seamless to set up multiple different news sources. The News feature now only includes US-based outlets, though this may change down the line. For users who don't have a particular news app installed, the TV app prompts for it to be installed from the App Store. For example, users can ask Siri to show a Bloomberg broadcast, which will trigger the live stream, notes TechCrunch. It appears to be live for users running the latest iOS 11.2.5 and tvOS 11.2.5 releases. Try it out and let me know how you like it.