Apple TV’s continuing expansion rolled on today with the addition of PBS and Yahoo’s Screen channel. The streaming box has been steadily adding channels from the likes of Disney and ESPN over the last year.

PBS fans eager to watch the channel on Apple TV will first need to sign in using their Facebok or PBS’s registration system, then identify the PBS affiliate for their area. But don’t get your hopes up about binge watching Downton Abbey just yet. The service doesn’t offer live streams, and according to AllThingsD, PBS plans on cycling out content based on when it airs on broadcast stations. If you want to get your Abbey on you’re still going to have to go to Amazon’s streaming service, which currently has exclusive rights to air full seasons.

Yahoo’s Screen channel on the other hand is more of a sampling service, offering trailers, clips of TV shows, and clips from Yahoo web partners like ABC News and The Onion.

As always the new channels should be available on your Apple TV the next time you turn it out.

Apple TV adds PBS and Yahoo originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 19 Nov — For more information read the original article here.

2 Responses

  1. Ico, achei a corrida bacana, as primeiras 3 ou 4 voltas tiveram muita disputa!Mas eu gostava de colocar uma questao: no proximo ano os reabastecimentos vao ser proibidos, então como fica a super-pole? os carros vao ter de ir para o Q3 cheios ate acima? ou com esta mudança, a super-pole tambem altera?se souber responder, valeu ico.

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